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    Author(s): Admir J. Giachini; Michael A. Castellano
    Date: 2011
    Source: Giachini, Admir J.; Castellano, Michael A. 2011. A new taxonomic classification for species in Gomphus sensu lato. Mycotaxon. 115: 183-201.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Taxonomy of the Gomphales has been revisited by combining morphology and molecular data (DNA sequences) to provide a natural classification for the species of Gomphus sensu lato. Results indicate Gomphus s.l. to be non-monophyletic, leading to new combinations and the placement of its species into four genera: Gomphus sensu stricto (3 species), Gloeocantharellus (11 species), Phaeoclavulina (41 species), and Turbinellus (5 species).

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    Giachini, Admir J.; Castellano, Michael A. 2011. A new taxonomic classification for species in Gomphus sensu lato. Mycotaxon. 115: 183-201.

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    Keywords

    Fries, nomenclature, Persoon, systematics

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