Czech Mycology 52(3): 237–242             Article published: 7th December, 2000 doi: 10.33585/cmy.52306

ANTONÍN V.

Xeromphalina brunneola (Tricholomataceae), a new member of the European mycoflora.

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Abstract

A new fungus originally described from North America, Xeromphalina brunneola O. K. Mill., is recorded as a new element of the European macromycetous mycoflora. A description of macr of eatures and micr of eatures is given in detail, and recently known European localities are summarized.


Keywords:     Tricholomataceae, Xeromphalina brunneola, distribution

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Antonín V. (2000): Xeromphalina brunneola (Tricholomataceae), a new member of the European mycoflora. – Czech Mycology 52(3): 237–242. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.52306

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