Studies on white-spored agarics

  title={Studies on white-spored agarics},
  author={H. Harmaja},
The following new species are described (all the types are from Finland): Cystoderma saarenoksae Harmaja, Cystoderma niveum HarmaJa, Hygrophorus korhonenii Harmaja, Mycena lammiensis Harmaja, and Mycena occulta HarmaJa. Melanoleuca brachyspora Harmaja (nomen novum) must replace M. brevispora Harmaja (non Singer). The following new combination is made: Hygrophorus subviscifer (Karst.) Harmaja. Hygrophorus albidus Karst. (lectotype selected here) and H. spodoleucus Moser are reduced to synonymy… Expand

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