Phylogeny and species delimitation of Flammulina: taxonomic status of winter mushroom in East Asia and a new European species identified using an integrated approach

@article{Wang2018PhylogenyAS,
  title={Phylogeny and species delimitation of Flammulina: taxonomic status of winter mushroom in East Asia and a new European species identified using an integrated approach},
  author={Pan Meng Wang and Xiao Bin Liu and Yu-Cheng Dai and Egon Horak and Kari Timo Steffen and ZHU-LIANG Yang},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  year={2018},
  volume={17},
  pages={1013-1030}
}
The winter mushroom, or Enokitake, is economically important and commercially cultivated on a large scale in East Asia. However, the phylogeny and species delimitation of the winter mushroom genus (Flammulina) have not been fully clarified. In this study, 81 collections of Flammulina from East Asia, Europe, and North America were studied, and their phylogeny and species delimitation were inferred from partial sequences of the ITS, tef1-α, rpb2, and homeodomain1 (HD1) of the mating gene (labeled… 

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