Neonothopanus gardneri: a new combination for a bioluminescent agaric from Brazil

@article{Capelari2011NeonothopanusGA,
  title={Neonothopanus gardneri: a new combination for a bioluminescent agaric from Brazil},
  author={Marina Capelari and Dennis E Desjardin and Brian A Perry and Tatiane Asai and Cassius Vinicius Stevani},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2011},
  volume={103},
  pages={1433 - 1440}
}
The bioluminescent agaric, Agaricus gardneri Berk., was rediscovered recently in central Brazil. The new combination, Neonothopanus gardneri, is proposed for this long-forgotten taxon supported by morphological and molecular data. 

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