Czech Mycology 54(1-2): 7–9             Article published: 3rd October, 2002 doi: 10.33585/cmy.54102

LEGON N., ROBERTS P.

Steccherinum albidum: a new species from southern England.

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Abstract

The hydnoid, corticioid fungus Steccherinum albidum (Basidiomycota) is described as new from West Sussex in southern England. Basidiomes are whitish when fresh, resupinate to pileate, and are microscopically distinct in having unusally small, suballantoid basidiospores.


Keywords:     England, Steccherinum, taxonomy

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Legon N., Roberts P. (2002): Steccherinum albidum: a new species from southern England. – Czech Mycology 54(1-2): 7–9. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.54102

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