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Cryptogamie, Mycologie

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2023

en New species and records of mostly lignicolous dothideomycetous ascomycetes from Brazil

Leticia MUXFELDT NAZIAZENO & André APTROOT

1-9, Published on 23 January 2023, art. 44 (1) DOI

2022

en Revision of the Microsphaeropsis complex with addition of four new Paramicrosphaeropsis L.W.Hou, L.Cai & Crous species from Zagrosian forest trees in Iran

Saeid ARTAND et al.

159-175, Published on 20 December 2022, art. 43 (7) DOI

en The Amidella clade in Europe (Basidiomycota: Amanitaceae): clarification of the contentious Amanita valens (E.-J.Gilbert) Bertault and the importance of taxon-specific PCR primers for identification

Ricardo ARRAIANO-CASTILHO et al.

139-157, Published on 24 October 2022, art. 43 (6) DOI

en Disentangling cryptic species in the Marasmius haematocephalus (Mont.) Fr. and M. siccus (Schwein.) Fr. species complexes (Agaricales, Basidiomycota)

Jadson José Souza de OLIVEIRA et al.

91-137, Published on 05 September 2022, art. 43 (5) DOI

en Hygrophorus roseodiscoideus Bon & Chevassut: epitypification and updated biogeography of a poorly known but widespread thermophilous species

Jean-Michel BELLANGER et al.

81-90, Published on 30 August 2022, art. 43 (4) DOI

en Multigene phylogenetic support for novel Rhytidhysteron Speg. species (Hysteriaceae) from Sichuan Province, China

Xiu-Lan XU et al.

63-79, Published on 30 May 2022, art. 43 (3) DOI

en Fungal biodiversity profiles 111-120

Bart BUYCK et al.

23-61, Published on 03 March 2022, art. 43 (2) DOI

en Taxonomy and phylogenetic analysis reveal one new genus and three new species in Inonotus s.l. (Hymenochaetaceae) from Brazil

Vitor Xavier de LIMA et al.

1-21, Published on 21 January 2022, art. 43 (1) DOI

2021

en New crustose lichens from a tropical coastal area in Paraná (Brazil)

André APTROOT & Maria Fernanda SOUZA

191-197, Published on 10 November 2021, art. 42 (12) DOI

en Saxicolous lichens in the semi-arid Caatinga in Brazil show substratum shifts

André APTROOT et al.

181-189, Published on 13 October 2021, art. 42 (11) DOI


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