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New and interesting ectomycorrhizal fungi from Puerto Rico, Mona, and Guana IslandsAuthor(s): Orson K. Miller; D. Jean Lodge; Timothy J. Baroni
Source: Mycologia. Vol. 92, no. 3 (2000): Pages 558-570
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA report of putative ectomycorrhizal fungi from Puerto Rico, Mona, and Guana Island in the Greater Antilles includes four species of Amanita, three of which are new species; two Lactarius, one is new, and two species of Boletus, one new. In addition, new distribution records of Phlebopus beniensis, Russula littoralis, Lactarius ferrugineus, a new small spored Phylloporus, and Suillus brevipes with Pinus caribaea are reported. Ectomycorrhizal hosts for all but the Suillus include Coccoloba uvifera (Polygonaceae) and putative hosts Hymenea courbaril (Caesalpiniaceae) and Andira inermis (Papilionaceae).
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CitationMiller, Orson K.; Lodge, D. Jean; Baroni, Timothy J. 2000. New and interesting ectomycorrhizal fungi from Puerto Rico, Mona, and Guana Islands. Mycologia. Vol. 92, no. 3 (2000): Pages 558-570
KeywordsAmanita, Basidiomycetes, Boletus, Greater Antilles, Lactarius, Phlebopus, Phylloporus, Russula, Suillus, systematics
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