Czech Mycology 65(2): 255–265             Article published online: 20th December, 2013 doi: 10.33585/cmy.65208


Ten wood-inhabiting agarics from Cuba.

Full article   (pdf, 1057 kB)        


After studying specimens of macro fungi collected in Cuba, ten species of wood-inhabiting agarics were identified belonging to genera Chaetocalathus, Gymnopilus, Hohenbuehelia, Lentinus, Marasmius, Oudemansiella, Pleurotus, and Xeromphalina. Uncommon or rare species include Gymnopilus palmicola, Hohenbuehelia nigra, Marasmius haematocephalus, Pleurotus pulmonarius, and Xeromphalina tenuipes. Other species mentioned in the article are rather abundant or common in Cuba.

Keywords:     Cuba, Agaricales, hosts, distribution, subtropics

Full citation:

Kotlaba F., Pouzar Z. (2013): Ten wood-inhabiting agarics from Cuba. – Czech Mycology 65(2): 255–265. copy to clipboard

doi: 10.33585/cmy.65208

<<< back to CM content

page generated in 0.003 sec.
© 2021   Czech Scientific Society for Mycology   |   czech mycology   |   home