Czech Mycology 67(1): 59–67             Article published online: 29th May, 2015 doi: 10.33585/cmy.67107


Kavinia alboviridis in the Czech Republic.

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The distribution of the rare lignicolous species Kavinia alboviridis in the Czech Republic is summarised. Recently the species has been found at three localities in West Bohemia and at one locality in NW Bohemia. It is considered a boreal species rare in Europe and listed as extinct from the Czech Republic. The species is well distinguishable microscopically by the spores which clearly differ from other species with a resupinate, hydnoid basidioma. Remarks on its world distribution are added.

Keywords:     Basidiomycetes, Gomphales, corticioid species, Bohemia

Article history: received 4 January 2015, revised 27 April 2015, accepted 29 April 2015, published online 29 May 2015

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Kout J., Hajšmanová P. (2015): Kavinia alboviridis in the Czech Republic. – Czech Mycology 67(1): 59–67. copy to clipboard

doi: 10.33585/cmy.67107

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