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    Author(s): Admir J. Giachini; Carla M. Camelini; Márcia J Rossi; Cláudio R.F.S. Soares; James M. Trappe
    Date: 2012
    Source: Mycotaxon. 120: 385-400
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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    Description

    Gomphus sensu lato (Gomphales) was described to include species of cantharelloid-gomphoid fungi that had “merulioid” (wrinkled) hymenia and verrucose spores. Gomphus sensu stricto is currently characterized by unipileate to merismatoid (composed of several pilei) basidiomata, depressed funnel- to fan-shaped pilei, presence of clamp connections, and verrucose spores; it has three described species: G. brunneus, G. clavatus, and G. crassipes. Basidiomata and spore features are reliable identifiers of Gomphus sensu stricto that distinguishes the species from other genera in the Gomphales.

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    Giachini, Admir J.; Camelini, Carla M.; Rossi, Márcia J; Soares, Cláudio R.F.S.; Trappe, James M. 2012. Systematics of the Gomphales: the genus Gomphus sensu stricto. Mycotaxon. 120: 385-400.

    Keywords

    Gloeocantharellus, Phaeoclavulina, Turbinellus

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