Ten New Recorded Species of Macrofungi on Ulleung Island, Korea

  title={Ten New Recorded Species of Macrofungi on Ulleung Island, Korea},
  author={Myung-soo Park and Hae Jin Cho and Nam Kyu Kim and Jae Young Park and Hyun Sung Lee and Ki Hyeong Park and Min-ji Kim and Jae-Jin Kim and Changmu Kim and Young Woon Lim},
  pages={286 - 296}
Abstract Ulleung Island is a biodiversity hotspot in South Korea. During a survey of indigenous fungal species from Ulleung Island conducted from 2015 to 2016, we discovered 10 unrecorded macrofungi in Korea. These macrofungi were identified to the species level using morphological features and phylogenetic analysis based on the internal transcribed spacer region: Deconica phyllogena, Mycena zephirus, Phaeomarasmius proximans, Phlebia radiata, Pluteus semibulbosus, Postia alni, Resinicium… 
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