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Cryptogamie, Mycologie 37 (3)

Published on
30 September 2016


Special Issue: Cantharellus

Edited by Bart Buyck

This special issue on Cantharellus presents several papers that focus on tropical African or American chanterelles using a combined morphological-molecular approach. This important update on the taxonomy and biodiversity of Cantharellus in the world presents a total of 11 new species, five from tropical Africa and six from North America; it also introduces one new endemic section for Africa and it confirms the isolated position of the South American C. guyanensis, as already suggested by Shao et al. (2014), as sister to the Afro-Asian C. subg. Afrocantharellus thereby making it a good candidate for the recognition of an additional subgenus in Cantharellus.

Buyck B. (ed.) 2016. — Special Issue: Cantharellus/Special Issue: Cantharellus. Cryptogamie, Mycologie, vol. 37 (3), arts 16-24.

en Editorial SPECIAL ISSUE: CANTHARELLUS

Bart Buyck

255-258, Published on 30 September 2016, art. 37 (16) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Special Issue: Cantharellus edited by Bart Buyck

en Almost one century later... Cantharellus avellaneus finally rediscovered!

Bart Buyck et al.

259-268, Published on 30 September 2016, art. 37 (17) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Special Issue: Cantharellus edited by Bart Buyck

en Multigene sequencing provides a suitable epitype, barcode sequences and a precise systematic position for the enigmatic, African Cantharellus miniatescens

Bart Buyck et al.

269-282, Published on 30 September 2016, art. 37 (18) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Special Issue: Cantharellus edited by Bart Buyck

en New and interesting Cantharellus from tropical Africa

André DE KESEL et al.

283-327, Published on 30 September 2016, art. 37 (19) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Special Issue: Cantharellus edited by Bart Buyck

en Untangling the Central African Cantharellus sect. Tenues: Cantharellus minutissimus sp. nov. and epitypification of Cantharellus alboroseus

Bart Buyck et al.

329-343, Published on 30 September 2016, art. 37 (20) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Special Issue: Cantharellus edited by Bart Buyck

en Wisconsin chanterelles revisited and first indications for very wide distributions of Cantharellus species in the United States East of the Rocky Mountains

Bart Buyck et al.

345-366, Published on 30 September 2016, art. 37 (21) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Special Issue: Cantharellus edited by Bart Buyck

en The dilemma of species recognition in the field when sequence data are not in phase with phenotypic variability

Bart Buyck et al.

367-389, Published on 30 September 2016, art. 37 (22) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Special Issue: Cantharellus edited by Bart Buyck

en Cantharellus coccolobae sp. nov. and Cantharellus garnieri, two tropical members of Cantharellus subg. Cinnabarinus

Bart Buyck et al.

391-403, Published on 30 September 2016, art. 37 (23) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Special Issue: Cantharellus edited by Bart Buyck

en Setting the record straight on North American Cantharellus

Bart Buyck et al.

405-417, Published on 30 September 2016, art. 37 (24) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Special Issue: Cantharellus edited by Bart Buyck