New Asian species of the genus Anamika (euagarics, hebelomatoid clade) based on morphology and ribosomal DNA sequences.

@article{Yang2005NewAS,
  title={New Asian species of the genus Anamika (euagarics, hebelomatoid clade) based on morphology and ribosomal DNA sequences.},
  author={Zhu-Liang Yang and P. B. Matheny and Z. Ge and Jason C. Slot and D. Hibbett},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2005},
  volume={109 Pt 11},
  pages={
          1259-67
        }
}
Two dark-spored agaric species from Asia are placed in the genus Anamika (Agaricales or euagarics clade). This result is supported by ITS and nLSU-rDNA sequences with strong measures of branch support, in addition to several morphological and ecological similarities. An inclusive ITS study was performed using a mixed model Bayesian analysis that suggests the derived status of Anamika within Hebeloma, thereby rendering Hebeloma a paraphyletic genus. However, the monophyly of Hebeloma cannot be… Expand

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