Czech Mycology 71(2): 137–150             Article published online: 6th November, 2019 doi: 10.33585/cmy.71202

KŘÍŽ M., JINDŘICH O., KOLAŘÍK M.

Contribution to the knowledge of mycobiota of Central European dry grasslands: Phaeoclavulina clavarioides and Phaeoclavulina roellinii (Gomphales).

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Abstract

The paper reports on the occurrence of Phaeoclavulina clavarioides and P. roellinii in dry grasslands of rock steppes in the Czech Republic. Occurrence in this habitat is characteristic of both species, formerly considered members of the genus Ramaria, and they are apparently the only known representatives within the Gomphales with this ecology in Central Europe. The authors present macro- and microscopic descriptions and provide rDNA barcode sequence data for both species based on material collected at localities in Bohemia.


Keywords:     Ramaria, rock steppes, description, ecology, Bohemia.

Article history: received 11 May 2019, revised 17 October 2019, accepted 18 October 2019, published online 6 November 2019

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Kříž M., Jindřich O., Kolařík M. (2019): Contribution to the knowledge of mycobiota of Central European dry grasslands: Phaeoclavulina clavarioides and Phaeoclavulina roellinii (Gomphales). – Czech Mycology 71(2): 137–150. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.71202

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