Craterellus niger (Cantharellaceae, Cantharellales, Basidiomycota): a new species from Pernambuco, Brazil
Craterellus niger, primarily characterized by its brilliant black basidioma with grayish blue hymenophore, is described as a new species from Brazil. The basidiospores measure 6.1–9.2(–9.7) × (5.1–)6.6–5(–6.9) μm, and are produced in 6-sterigmate basidia ranging to 70 μm long. Another interesting feature is the thick-walled hyphal elements occurring in all parts examined.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2014
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