Czech Mycology 57(1-2): 1–50             Article published: 31st August, 2005 doi: 10.33585/cmy.57101

ŠUTARA J.

Central European genera of the Boletaceae and Suillaceae, with notes on their anatomical characters.

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Abstract

A taxonomic survey of Central European genera of the familiesBoletaceae and Suillaceae with tubular hymenophores, including the lamellate Phylloporus, is presented. Questions concerning the delimitation of the bolete genera ar ediscussed. Descriptions and keys to the families and genera are based predominantly on anatomical characters of the carpophores. Attention is also paid to peripheral layers of stipe tissue, whose anatomical structur ehas not been sufficiently studied. The study of these layers, above all of the caulohymenium and the lateral stipestratum, can provide information important for a better understanding of relationships between taxonomic groups in these families. The presence (or absence) of the caulohymenium with spore-bearing caulobasidia on the stipe surface is here considered as a significant generic character of boletes. A new combination, Pseudoboletus astraeicola (Imazeki) Šutara, is proposed.


Keywords:     Boletaceae, Suillaceae, generic taxonomy, anatomical characters

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Šutara J. (2005): Central European genera of the Boletaceae and Suillaceae, with notes on their anatomical characters. – Czech Mycology 57(1-2): 1–50. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.57101

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