Czech Mycology 66(2): 121–134             Article published online: 23rd December, 2014 doi: 10.33585/cmy.66202

JANČOVIČOVÁ S., ADAMČÍK S.

Exploring the limits of morphological variability and ecological preferences of Entoloma albotomentosum.

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Abstract

The first and so far only known collection of Entoloma albotomentosum from Slovakia is described and illustrated. Because of discrepancies between various published descriptions of the species, our collection is compared with the material originating from the type collecting site in Austria.According to our observations, both studied specimens are similar in having a thin pileipellis made up of dispersed and narrow hyphal terminations arranged in a cutis or a cutis with transitions to a trichoderm, presence of coralloid hyphae in the pileipellis and spores no shorter than 9 μm. The delimitation of the species, variously interpreted in the literature, is discussed. The knowledge of the occurrence, ecology and threat of E. albotomentosum in Europe is also summarised.


Keywords:     Agaricales, morphology, ecology, Slovakia, Europe

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Jančovičová S., Adamčík S. (2014): Exploring the limits of morphological variability and ecological preferences of Entoloma albotomentosum. – Czech Mycology 66(2): 121–134. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.66202

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