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    Author(s): Gonzalo Guevara-Guerrero; Ivone Baez-Alvarado; Victor M. Gomez-Reyes; Michael Castellano
    Date: 2015
    Source: Revista Mexicana de Micología Volume. 41:2015; pp. 71-75.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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    Description

    Stephanospora michoacanensis is presented as a new species from North America. This angiocarpic species is recognized by its yellowcream peridial surface color, and broadly ellipsoid to subglobose, spiny or crested, inamyloid spores with a distinct, complete or nearly complete corona at its base. Stephanospora michoacanensis is similar to S. caroticolor, but S. caroticolor has a bright yellow to reddish yellow peridial surface, and larger spores. Stephanospora michoacanensis also resembles S. chilensis, but S. chilensis has a brownishochraceous to reddish orange peridial surface, spiny spores that lack crest-like features. Illustrations of macro-and microscopic features are presented.

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    Guevara-Guerrero, Gonzalo; Baez-Alvarado, Ivone; Gomez-Reyes, Victor M.; Castellano, Michael A. 2015. Stephanospora michoacanensis (Stephanosporaceae, Agaricales), a novel sequestrate truffle from North America. Revista Mexicana de Micología Volume. 41:2015; pp. 71-75.

    Keywords

    truffles, hypogeous, carrot-red truffles, sequestrate, lindtneria

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