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First record of bioluminescence in fungi from Mexico

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Two species of bioluminescent fungi are recorded from Mexico. Mycena stylobates is characterized by a pubescent basal disc, pileus with a separable gelatinous pellicle, and cheilocystidia with coarse excrescences, and represents a new record for the country. Panellus stipticus, which is distinguished by having rounded flabelliform basidiomata and allantoid to elongate basidiospores, has been previously recorded from Mexico but without any observation of bioluminescence. The specimens were collected in relict cloud forests from the state of Veracruz, Mexico.
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Keywords: AGARICALES; BIODIVERSITY; MYCENACEAE; MYCOBIOTA; TAXONOMY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 02 October 2017

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