Czech Mycology 47(1): 45–57             Article published: 6th January, 1994 doi: 10.33585/cmy.47105

FELLNER R., LANDA J.

Some species of Cortinariaceae and Russulaceae in the alpine belt of the Belaer Tatras - II.

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Abstract

Nine agarics are reported from alpine, mostly calcareous habitats in the Belaer Tatras, Slovakia. Russula norvegica Reid, R. saliceticola (Sing.) Kühn, ex Knudsen & Borgen, R. pascua (Moell. & Schaeff.) Kühn, and R. cupreola Sarnari are recorded for the first time from Slovakia, Lactarius nanus Favre for the first time from the High Tatras. Illustrations and comments on their characters, delimitation and ecology are presented. Additional notes are given to differential characters between Russula dryadicola Fellner & L and a and Russula maculata Quél.


Keywords:     alpine fungi, Russulaceae, Cortinariaceae, Slovakia

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Fellner R., Landa J. (1994): Some species of Cortinariaceae and Russulaceae in the alpine belt of the Belaer Tatras - II. – Czech Mycology 47(1): 45–57. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.47105

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