PSEUDOBAEOSPORA CALCAREA, A NEW SPECIES OF AGARICOID HYMENOMYCETES
Pseudobaeospora calcarea (Tricholomatales, Basidiomycetes) is a new whitish species with very acrid taste growing on mosses in a rather dry Pinus sylvestris forest in the Rhone valley in Switzerland.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Musée Botanique Cantonal, Avenue de Cour 14bis, CH-1007 lausanne, Switzerland
Publication date: 2007-08-01
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