Revision of some central European species of Inocybe (Fr.: Fr.) Fr. subgenus Inocybe, with the description of five new species

  title={Revision of some central European species of Inocybe (Fr.: Fr.) Fr. subgenus Inocybe, with the description of five new species},
  author={D. Bandini and B. Oertel and S. Ploch and T. Ali and J. Vauras and A. Schneider and M. Scholler and U. Eberhardt and M. Thines},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
The subgenus Inocybe is widespread in the Holarctic but, due to a superficially similar appearance of the species, much of its diversity has been overlooked. [...] Key Result Inocybe derbschii is confirmed, and a comprehensive description with photographs is given. The morphological species complex consisting of I. furfurea, I. rufotacta, and I. sandrae is disentangled and it is shown that the three names are synonyms.Expand
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