Czech Mycology 72(2): 221–250             Article published online: 15th October, 2020 doi: 10.33585/cmy.72205


Three new species of the genus Pseudosperma (Inocybaceae).

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As a result of molecular phylogenetic and morphological analyses, three new species of the genus Pseudosperma, namely P. amabile, P. amoris and P. napaeanum, are described in detail along with illustrations of their macro- and micromorphology and a phylogenetic tree. In addition, to ensure a correct interpretation of the species identity in comparison with morphologically similar species, the holotype of P. flavellum, as well as an isoparatype of P. spurium and isotypes of P. aureocitrinum and P. copriniforme have been examined, and of the latter two species also an ITS sequence was obtained. A drawing of the microscopical details of all four type specimens is given.

Keywords:     Agaricales, Inocybe, taxonomy, molecular phylogeny, ITS.

Article history: received 18 July 2020, revised 11 September 2020, accepted 17 September 2020, published online 15 October 2020

Full citation:

Bandini D., Oertel B. (2020): Three new species of the genus Pseudosperma (Inocybaceae). – Czech Mycology 72(2): 221–250. copy to clipboard

doi: 10.33585/cmy.72205

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