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Open Access Marthamyces coronadoae sp. nov. in a Fagus grandifolia subsp. mexicana forest from Hidalgo State, México

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Marthamyces coronadoae is described as a new species from a relict forest of Fagus grandifolia subsp. mexicana in México. The specimens were collected on fallen and dead Fagus leaves in La Mojonera (in Zacualtipán municipality, Hidalgo State, México). This species is characterized by an apothecium opening by 4–5 pruinose and brownish beige teeth, a pale grey to pale yellow hymenial surface, and ascospores that are curved or coiled when released. A key to species of Marthamyces that grow in America is presented.
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Keywords: LEOTIOMYCETES; MARTHAMYCETACEAE; PROPOLOID FUNGI; TAXONOMY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 18 October 2016

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