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Luminescent Mycena: new and noteworthy speciesAuthor(s): Dennis E. Desjardin; D. Jean Lodge; Cassius V. Stevani; Eiji Nagasawa
Source: Mycologia. 102(2): 459-477.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionSeven species of Mycena are reported as luminescent, representing specimens collected in Belize, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Japan (Bonin Islands), Malaysia (Borneo) and Puerto Rico. Four of them represent new species (Mycena luxaeterna, M. luxarboricola, M. luxperpetua, M. silvaelucens) and three represent new reports of luminescence in previously described species (M. aff. abieticola, M. aspratilis, M. margarita).
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CitationDesjardin,Dennis E.; Lodge,D. Jean; Stevani,Cassius V.; Nagasawa, Eiji. 2010. Luminescent Mycena: new and noteworthy species. Mycologia. 102(2): 459-477.
KeywordsAgaricales, bioluminescence, Mycenaceae, mycenoid fungi, taxonomy
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