New and rare taxa in Agaricus section Bivelares (Duploannulati)

@article{Kerrigan2008NewAR,
  title={New and rare taxa in Agaricus section Bivelares (Duploannulati)},
  author={Richard W. Kerrigan and Philippe Callac and Luis A Parra},
  journal={Mycologia},
  year={2008},
  volume={100},
  pages={876 - 892}
}
Ongoing field and laboratory studies have led to our recognition of new taxa in Agaricus section Bivelares, a recent combination and now the earliest synonym and correct name of section Duploannulati. Agaricus cupressophilus and A. tlaxcalensis, in the new Agaricus subsection Cupressorum, and A. agrinferus, A. devoniensis subsp. bridghamii, and A. subsubensis in Agaricus subsection Hortenses, are described. Agaricus subfloccosus is lectotypified. Phylogeny reconstruction methods with ITS1+2 DNA… Expand
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