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Open Access Three new Inocephalus species with cuboid basidiospores from New South Wales and Queensland, Australia

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Three new Inocephalus species with cuboid spores are described from central New South Wales and northern Queensland, Australia. Inocephalus plicatus is diagnosed by its yellow pileus becoming plicate-striate and yellowish orange when mature, pungent odor, bitter taste, and pseudocystidia on all lamellar surfaces. Inocephalus hypipamee is differentiated by its brown umbonate pileus, white lamellae and stipe, obclavate cheilocystidia, subisodiametric basidiospores and clampless hyphae. Inocephalus parvisporus possesses small basidiospores and a Leptonia-like stature.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: August 1, 2013

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