One hundred noteworthy boletes from China

@article{Wu2016OneHN,
  title={One hundred noteworthy boletes from China},
  author={Gang Wu and Yan-Chun Li and Xue-Tai Zhu and Kuan Zhao and Li-Hong Han and Yang-Yang Cui and Fang Li and Jian-Ping Xu and Zhu-Liang Yang},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
  year={2016},
  volume={81},
  pages={25-188}
}
Fungi of the family Boletaceae are of great importance in both ecology and economy. Our previous molecular phylogenetic studies have shown this family to have an extremely high species diversity in China. To further document the Chinese boletes, morphological studies and phylogenetic analyses were conducted including species of Boletaceae from China and other parts of the world. The results indicate that seven subfamily-level major clades and 62 generic clades can be retrieved, 52 of which are… Expand
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