Czech Mycology 50(1): 45–56             Article published: 29th September, 1997 doi: 10.33585/cmy.50105

HOLEC J.

First records of Pholiota subochracea and Pholiota elegans in the Czech Republic.

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Abstract

The rare species Pholiota subochracea (= P. nematolomoides) was found on three localities in south Bohemia (Šumava Mts. and Novohradské hory Mts.) in the year 1995. These records represent the first data on its occurrence in the Czech Republic. The recently described species Pholiota elegans Jacobsson 1990 was found in south Bohemia (Šumava Mts., Spáleniště hill) in the year 1996. It is the first record of this fungus outside the Nordic countries (Sweden, Norway, Finland). Thorough descriptions of macro- and microcharacters based on the author’s own collections are given together with drawings of important microcharacters, colour photographs and a discussion on ecology, distribution and taxonomy of both species.


Keywords:     Pholiota subochracea, Pholiota elegans, Czech Republic, first records, taxonomy, ecology, distribution

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Holec J. (1997): First records of Pholiota subochracea and Pholiota elegans in the Czech Republic. – Czech Mycology 50(1): 45–56. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.50105

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