The sequestrate genus Rosbeeva T.Lebel & Orihara gen. nov. (Boletaceae) from Australasia and Japan: new species and new combinations

@article{Lebel2011TheSG,
  title={The sequestrate genus Rosbeeva T.Lebel & Orihara gen. nov. (Boletaceae) from Australasia and Japan: new species and new combinations},
  author={T. Lebel and Takamichi Orihara and N. Maekawa},
  journal={Fungal Diversity},
  year={2011},
  volume={52},
  pages={49-71}
}
  • T. Lebel, Takamichi Orihara, N. Maekawa
  • Published 2011
  • Biology
  • Fungal Diversity
  • The sequestrate genus Chamonixia has been shown to have affinities to the Boletales, in particular the genus Leccinum. Australasian and Japanese species of Chamonixia were examined using morphological and molecular (ITS and nLSU rDNA) data and found to also have affinities with Leccinum and Leccinellum, however they form a distinct clade separate from the European type species C. caespitosa Rolland and North American species. A new genus, Rosbeeva T.Lebel & Orihara gen. nov., is proposed for… CONTINUE READING
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