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    Author(s): Michael A. Castellano; Gonzalo Guevara Guerrero; Jesus Garcia Jimenez; James M. Trappe
    Date: 2012
    Source: Revista Mexicana de Micologia. 35: 17-22.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Description

    We describe Elaphomyces verruculosus as new species from eastern North America, ranging from Quebec, Canada south along the eastern USA and along the Gulf Coast to northeastern México. E. verruculosus is similar in overall morphology to E. granulatus of Europe. In addition we re-describe E. appalachiensis and report it as occurring in Florida, Iowa, Tennessee, West Virginia and Mexico.

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    Castellano, Michael A.; Guerrero, Gonzalo Guevara; Jimenez, Jesus Garcia; Trappe, James M. 2012. Elaphomyces appalachiensis and E verruculosus sp nov (Ascomycota Eurotiales, Elaphomycetaceae) from eastern North America. Revista Mexicana de Micologia. 35: 17-22.

    Keywords

    Pinus, Quercus, sequestrate, ectomycorrhiza

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