The contribution of tef-1 sequences to species delimitation in the Cantharellus cibarius complex in the southeastern USA

@article{Buyck2011TheCO,
  title={The contribution of tef-1 sequences to species delimitation in the Cantharellus cibarius complex in the southeastern USA},
  author={Bart Buyck and Val{\'e}rie Hofstetter},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={35-46}
}
This study of the Cantharellus cibarius complex presents three new species for the southeastern USA based on recently collected material, as well as on revisions of type specimens and newly generated sequence data for the protein coding gene tef-1. Cantharellus lewisii sp. nov. is described for a southern species that was hitherto mistaken for the European ‘C. amethysteus’. C. altipes sp. nov. is introduced for a taxon that may correspond to C. cibarius var. longipes Peck. C. tenuithrix sp. nov… Expand

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