Present status and future of boletoid fungi (Boletaceae) on the island of Cyprus: Cryptic and threatened diversity unravelled by ten-year study

@article{Loizides2019PresentSA,
  title={Present status and future of boletoid fungi (Boletaceae) on the island of Cyprus: Cryptic and threatened diversity unravelled by ten-year study},
  author={Michael Loizides and Jean-Michel Bellanger and Boris Assyov and Pierre-Arthur Moreau and Franck Richard},
  journal={Fungal Ecology},
  year={2019}
}

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