Czech Mycology 64(2): 223–232             Article published online: 7th December, 2012 doi: 10.33585/cmy.64210

HOLEC J., KŘÍŽ M.

Tricholoma borgsjoeënse found in the Czech Republic and Tricholoma luridum documented in Slovakia.

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Abstract

For the first time, the rare species Tricholoma borgsjoeënse and T. luridum are reported from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, respectively. Tricholoma borgsjoeënse, a species of the T. terreum group, is unique for its thick, distant and grey lamellae with a lilaceous tinge, dark grey pileus with a tomentose-squamulose surface, yellowing stipe base, and unusually large basidiospores and basidia. It was found in a man-made forest composed of Picea abies with admixed Pinus sylvestris. Tricholoma luridum, recognisable by its olive yellow-green tinges on the pileus, distinctly grey lamellae, uniformly ellipsoid, unusually large spores, and 4-spored basidia, was found in a Picea abiesCorylus avellana forest on calcareous soil. It is compared with T. guldeniae, its North European sibling. Notes on taxonomy, ecology and distribution of both species are added.


Keywords:     Fungi, Agaricales, taxonomy, ecology, distribution

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Holec J., Kříž M. (2012): Tricholoma borgsjoeënse found in the Czech Republic and Tricholoma luridum documented in Slovakia. – Czech Mycology 64(2): 223–232. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.64210

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