Otidea subterranea sp. nov.: Otidea goes below ground.

  title={Otidea subterranea sp. nov.: Otidea goes below ground.},
  author={Matthew E. Smith and Rosanne Healy},
  journal={Mycological research},
  volume={113 Pt 8},
Evidence suggests that truffle-like sporocarp forms have evolved many times in the Pezizales, but primarily from epigeous ancestors within ectomycorrhizal clades. There are several ectomycorrhizal clades, however, that contain no known hypogeous species. We collected specimens of an unusual unidentified truffle from mixed oak woodlands in Iowa. Although clearly a member of the Pezizales (Ascomycota), this hypogeous species did not belong to any of the described truffle genera. Based on a… CONTINUE READING

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