Czech Mycology 64(2): 175–180             Article published online: 7th December, 2012 doi: 10.33585/cmy.64206

ANTONÍN V., DE KESEL A.

Crinipellis beninensis (Basidiomycota, Marasmiaceae), a new species from Benin (tropical Africa).

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Abstract

A new species, Crinipellis beninensis, characterised by having a reddish grey to dull red, later paler, and at centre more brownish (greyish brown to reddish brown) pileus, rather small basidiospores, mostly coralloid or branched cheilocystidia, pileus and stipe hairs yellow-brown in H O 2 and KOH, and by the absence of pleurocystidia, is described. To date, it is known from two localities in Benin. The characters in which it differs from similar taxa are also discussed.


Keywords:     macromycetes, Agaricales, taxonomy, anatomic-morphological characters, tropical fungi

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Antonín V., De Kesel A. (2012): Crinipellis beninensis (Basidiomycota, Marasmiaceae), a new species from Benin (tropical Africa). – Czech Mycology 64(2): 175–180. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.64206

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