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Sequestrate fungi of New Zealand: Elaphomyces (Ascomycota, Eurotiales, Elaphomycetaceae)Author(s): Michael A. Castellano; Ross E. Beever; James M. Trappe
Source: New Zealand Journal of Botany. 50(4): 423-433.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionFour species of the sequestrate fungal genus Elaphomyces are reported from New Zealand: Elaphomyces bollardii sp. nov. associated with Leptospermum spp. and Kunzea ericoides, E. luteicrustus sp. nov. associated with Nothofagus menziesii, E. putridus sp. nov. associated with Nothofagus spp., and an unnamed species associated with Nothofagus spp.
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CitationCastellano, Michael A.; Beever, Ross E.; Trappe, James M. 2012. Sequestrate fungi of New Zealand: Elaphomyces (Ascomycota, Eurotiales, Elaphomycetaceae). New Zealand Journal of Botany. 50(4): 423-433.
Keywordsbiodiversity, systematics, Eurotiales, Elaphomycetaceae, Elaphomyces bollardii, Elaphomyces luteicrustus, Elaphomyces putridus, New Zealand
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