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Article Dans Une Revue Mycological Progress Année : 2018

European hodophilus (clavariaceae, agaricales) species with yellow stipe

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Phylogenetic reconstruction of Hodophilus species with a yellow colour on the stipe based on nrITS, nrLSU and rpb2 sequences revealed six European species. All these species correspond to the widely accepted European concept of a single species Hodophilus micaceus. Four of these species are described and illustrated. H. micaceus and H. phaeoxanthus are recognised as two separate species and H. albofloccipes as a synonym of the latter. Two species, H. anatinus and H. cambriensis, are described as new. Possible endemism of H. micaceus and H. cambriensis to the British Isles is discussed. All analysed North American samples represent different species to those found in Europe. The North American species Hygrophorus rugulosus is combined in the genus Hodophilus. The preliminary key uses position and development of the yellow colour during maturation as the most important distinguishing character. The presence of the yellow colour is discussed as a possible synapomorphic character.
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hal-04502190 , version 1 (13-03-2024)

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Slavomir Adamcik, Balint Dima, Katarina Adamcikova, David Harries, Thomas Laessoe, et al.. European hodophilus (clavariaceae, agaricales) species with yellow stipe. Mycological Progress, 2018, Mycological progress, 17, pp.1097-1111. ⟨10.1007/s11557-018-1418-1⟩. ⟨hal-04502190⟩

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