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Chapter 4: Hongos Hipogeos de Tamulipas, MexicoAuthor(s): Gonzalo Guevara-Guerrero; Efren Cazares-Gonzalez; Gregory Bonito; Rosanne A. Healy; Benjamin Stielow; Jesus Garcia; Fortunato Garza-Ocanas; Michael Castellano; James Trappe
Source: Biodiversidad Tamaulipeca Volume 2, Number 1, 2014; pp. 87-101.
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionTwenty genera of hypogeous fungi or truffles are reported and illustrated from the State of Tamaulipas. The truffles belong to the following phyla: Glomeromycota (Glomus); Zygomycota (Endogone); hypogeous Ascomycota (Elaphomyces, Genabea, Genea, Hydnobolites, Pachyphloeus, Tuber); and Basidiomycota (Arcangeliella, Aroramyces, Cystangium, Gautieria, Gymnomyces, Hymenogster; Hysterangium, Melanogaster, Octaviania, Rhizopogon, Sclerogaster and Thaxterogasier) . Comments on their ecology and taxonomic status are provided for most genera.
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CitationGuevara-Guerrero, Gonzalo; Cazares-Gonzalez, Efren; Bonito, Gregory; Healy, Rosanne A.; Stielow, Benjamin; Garcia, Jesus; Garza-Ocanas, Fortunato; Castellano, Michael; Trappe, James. 2014. Chapter 4: Hongos Hipogeos de Tamulipas, Mexico. Biodiversidad Tamaulipeca Volume 2, Number 1, 2014; pp. 87-101.
KeywordsTruffle, false truffle, underground fungi, taxonomy
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