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Taxonomy and phylogeny of Pluteus glaucotinctus sensu lato (Agaricales, Basidiomycota), a multicontinental species complexAuthor(s): Nelson Menolli; Alfredo Justo; Pedro Arrillaga; C.K. Pradeep; Andrew M. Minnis; Marina Capelari
Source: Phytotaxa. 188(2): 78-90.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionIn order to better understand species delimitation in the Pluteus glaucotinctus species complex, we present a detailed study based on morphological and DNA sequence (nrITS + tef1) data. Pluteus glaucotinctus sensu stricto is known only from the type collection (Democratic Republic of the Congo), which is re-examined here. Four other species are recognized in this complex and described herein as new: P. izurun from Spain, P. meridionalis from Brazil, P. padanilus from India and P. thoenii from Africa. Phylogenetic analyses based on nrITS + tef1 sequence data support the recognition of all species in this complex.
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CitationMenolli, Nelson, Jr.; Justo, Alfredo; Arrillaga, Pedro; Pradeep, C.K.; Minnis, Andrew M.; Capelari, Marina. 2014. Taxonomy and phylogeny of Pluteus glaucotinctus sensu lato (Agaricales, Basidiomycota), a multicontinental species complex. Phytotaxa. 188(2): 78-90.
KeywordsnrITS, Pluteaceae, section Pluteus, species delimitation, tef1
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