author={Z. Barina and L. Benedek and Lajos Boros and B. Dima and {\'A}d{\'a}m Folcz and G. Kir{\'a}ly and Attila Koszka and {\'A}. Malatinszky and D. Papp and D. Pifk{\'o} and V. Papp},
Th e fi rst part of the newly launched series includes miscellaneous new records from fungi to vascular plants. New chorological records of 14 fungi taxa are provided here: two new (Hypoxylon ticinense and Amylostereum laevigatum) and one confi rmed (Sarcodontia crocea) for Hungary; one new for Kiskunsag and Bukk Mts (Pholiota squarrosoides); fi ve new for Vertes Mts (Arrhenia rickenii, Dentipellis fr agilis, Entoloma zuccherellii var. pluteisimilis, Gomphidius roseus, Leucoagari cus… Expand
Taxonomical and chorological notes 3 (28–37)
Th e third part of the recently launched series includes miscellaneous new records from fungi to vascular plants. New chorological records of one fungi, two pterids, and seven fl owering plants areExpand
Taxonomical and chorological notes 2 (20–27)
Th e second part of the recently launched series includes miscellaneous new records from fungi to vascular plants. New chorological records of fi ve taxa of fungi are provided here: two new forExpand
Taxonomical and chorological notes 8 (85–93)
Th e present part of the series of miscellaneous new records provides the second recent record of Entodon concinnus in Hungary and reports Neckera pennata for the fi rst time in Zselic (SW Hungary).Expand
Taxonomical and chorological notes 6 (71–74)
Th e present part of the series of miscellaneous new records provides new chorological data of one lichen-forming fungus and three vascular plants. One basidiolichen species (Multiclavula mucida) isExpand
Additions to the Distribution atlas of vascular plants of Hungary
Th is paper presents additions to the Distribution atlas of vascular plants of Hungary with 661 new occurrence records for 497 taxa from 49 CEU grid cells. Th e new data are from the territory ofExpand
An inventory of vascular plants endemic to Italy
The phytogeographic isolation of Sardinia and Sicily and the separation of peninsular Italy from Northern Italy is confirmed, and the relative isolation of Puglia with respect the remaining southern Italian pensinsular regions is also confirmed. Expand
New localities of Sarcodontia crocea (Polyporales, Basidiomycota) in Poland
Four beetle species representing four families were found in the studied S. crocea basidiomes, and the fungus occurrence on Malus pumila ‘Niedzwetzkyana’ was documented for the first time. Expand
Recent literature on bryophytes — 120(1)
Afonina, O. M., I. V. Czernyadjeva, E. A. Ignatova & J. Kučera. 2016. Didymodon australasiae (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta), a new species for Russia. Arctoa 25(1): 116–118. [doi: 10.15298/arctoa.25.09.]Expand
Inter-regional beta-diversity patterns of the woody flora of Greece
This study aimed to estimate and explain the compositional differentiation and observed beta-diversity (partitioned as turnover and nestedness) patterns of woody species in Greece. Specifically, theExpand


Genera in the family Agaricaceae: evidence from nrITS and nrLSU sequences.
The circumscription of the family Agaricaceae, its genera and their characters are investigated, and the monovelangiocarpic Chamaemyces fracidus appears to be basal to the family and provides clues to the morphology of the ancestral AgARicaceae. Expand
Molecular phylogeny and spore evolution of Entolomataceae
Results confirm that the Entolomataceae (Entoloma, Rhodocybe, Clitopilus, Richoniella and Rhodogaster) is monophyletic and that the combination of pinkish spore prints and spores having bumps and/or ridges formed by an epicorium is a synapomorphy for the family. Expand
Morphology and subdivision of Amanita and a monograph of its section Lepidella
In the taxonomic part synonymy and descriptions are given of the genus Amanita and its subgenus Lepidella, together with a key to the subgenera and the sections, and the term ’pileipellis’ is proposed to replace Fayod’s term ‘cuticula’. Expand
New and interesting Entoloma species from Central Europe
Four new taxa of the genus Entoloma from Central Europe, viz. Entoloma polyangulatum, E. cuboicioulbum , E. paradoxale, and E. sanvitalense var. cystidiatum are described and fully illus- trated.Expand
Affinities of Phylacia and the daldinoid Xylariaceae, inferred from chemotypes of cultures and ribosomal DNA sequences.
A chemotaxonomic evaluation using hplc profiling was undertaken to resolve the infrageneric and intergeneric affinities of over 150 strains of Xylariaceae. Daldinia placentiformis, HypoxylonExpand
New, rare and less known macromycetes in Slovakia II.
Data on ecology, occurrence and endangerment of six rare and/or less known macromycetes collected in Slovakia are given and Xylaria filiformis is considered an overlooked species. Expand
Molecular and anatomical evidence for a three-way association between Pinus sylvestris and the ectomycorrhizal fungi Suillus bovinus and Gomphidius roseus
Many intimate associations between different species of ectomycorrhizal fungi are inferred on the basis of the consistent cooccurrence of their fruit bodies, and mixed associations involving both G. roseus and S. bovinus were investigated. Expand
A revision of all data found under the genus name Cytisus in the 229 articles and travel notes, and 86 herbarium specimens of Pal Kitaibel (1757–1817), mostly from the Carpathian Basin, is given. TheExpand
Collecting the Knot-Hole Moss (Anacamptodon splachnoides)
Results indicate that A. splachnoides is not uncommon, but overlooked because of its specific habitat, and was found in both closed forests and open parks. Expand
Ecology of Hericium cirrhatum, H. coralloides and H. erinaceus in the UK
Three saprotrophs that grow on wood of broadleaved trees, particularly beech (Fagus sylvatica) in Britain, are likely to be the causes of apparent rarity in Europe, but poor germination and infrequent establishment may be. Expand