Setting the Record Straight on North American Cantharellus

@article{Buyck2016SettingTR,
  title={Setting the Record Straight on North American Cantharellus},
  author={Bart Buyck and Val{\'e}rie Hofstetter and Ibai Olariaga},
  journal={Cryptogamie, Mycologie},
  year={2016},
  volume={37},
  pages={405 - 417}
}
Abstract The authors assembled for the first time a sequence dataset representative of all 29 presently described North American Cantharellus species, including not only all six newly described North American species presented in this special issue, but very importantly, also newly obtained partial ITS and LSU sequence data from the type specimens of C. camphoratus and C. septentrionalis, two species that supposedly had never been recollected in the United States since their original… Expand
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