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    Author(s): Sharon A. Cantrell; D. Jean Lodge
    Date: 2000
    Source: Mycological research. Vol. 104, no. 7 (July 2000): Pages 873-878
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    A key to six taxa of Hygrocybe, subgenus Hygrocybe, sections Chlorophanae and Hygrocybe is provided. One species is new and four species are reported for the first time from the Greater Antilles. The new species is H. chimaeroderma (section Chlarophanae). Hygrocybe acutoconica, H. calyptriformis and H. incolor (section Hygrocybe) are reported for the first time, and two new varieties, H. konradii var. antillana and H. calyptriformis var. domingensis (section Hygrocybe) are described. Three new combinations are made: H. acutoconica var. microspora, H. conica var. brevispora and H. luteistipes (section Hygrocybe).

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    Cantrell, Sharon A.; Lodge, D. Jean. 2000. Hygrophoraceae of the Greater Antilles : Hygrocybe subgenus Hygrocybe. Mycological research. Vol. 104, no. 7 (July 2000): Pages 873-878


    Hygrocybe, Hygrophoraceae, fungal systematics, fungal taxonomy, Greater Antilles

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