Resurrection of Cortinarius coalescens: taxonomy, chemistry, and ecology

@article{Borovika2017ResurrectionOC,
  title={Resurrection of Cortinarius coalescens: taxonomy, chemistry, and ecology},
  author={Jan Borovi{\vc}ka and Simone Braeuer and Anna Žigov{\'a} and Milan Gryndler and B{\'a}lint Dima and Walter Goessler and Tobias Guldberg Fr{\o}slev and Jan Kamen{\'i}k and Reinhold K{\"a}rcher},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  year={2017},
  volume={16},
  pages={927-939}
}
Cortinarius coalescens Kärcher & Seibt is a rare European species of the subgenus Phlegmacium, section Phlegmacioides, neglected in recent molecular studies. New primers (CortF and CortR) designed for species in the section Phlegmacioides allowed to obtain ITS rDNA sequence data from the holotype collection of C. coalescens; according to the results, this epithet has priority over C. crassorum Rob. Henry ex Rob. Henry, C. pardinus Reumaux, and C. parargutus Bidaud, Moënne-Locc. & Reumaux… CONTINUE READING

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