Czech Mycology 53(2): 133–139             Article published: 20th February, 2002 doi: 10.33585/cmy.53202

HOLEC J.

Remarks to the taxonomy of Gymnopilus josserandii based on records from Bohemian Forest (Czech Republic).

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Abstract

Two records of the rare species Gymnopilus josserandii (Agaricales, Cortinariaceae) from the Bohemian Forest are thoroughly described and discussed. Line drawings of microcharacters, a colour photograph of fresh fruitbodies and a distribution map of G. josserandii in the Czech Republic are provided. The species is better known under the invalid name G. subsphaerosporus. A detailed comparison of its characters with those of the American species G. subbellulus has H shown that the name G. subbellulus represents an other species differing above all in the presence of pleurocystidia. Gymnopilus josserandii seems to prefer strongly decayed wood of conifers in natural or semi-natural forests. At present, five localities are known in the Czech Republic.


Keywords:     basidiomycetes, Agaricales, Cortinariaceae, Gymnopilus josserandii, Gymnopilus subsphaerosporus, taxonomy, Czech Republic

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Holec J. (2001): Remarks to the taxonomy of Gymnopilus josserandii based on records from Bohemian Forest (Czech Republic). – Czech Mycology 53(2): 133–139. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.53202

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