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Title

Molecular and morphological analyses confirm Rhizopogon verii as a widely distributed ectomycorrhizal false truffle in Europe, and its presence in South America

AuthorsSulzbacher, Marcelo A.; Grebenc, T.; García, Miguel Angel; Silva, B. D.; Silveira, A.; Antoniolli, Z. I.; Martín, María P. ; Marinho P,; Müsenberger B,; Telleria, M. T.; Baseia, I. G.
KeywordsBoletales
Ectomycorrhiza
Hypogeous fungi
Internal transcribed spacer
nrDNA
Pinus sylvestris
Pinus
taeda
Phylogeny
Issue Date14-Jan-2016
PublisherSpringer
CitationMycorrhiza 26 : 377-388 p. (2016)
AbstractThe genus Rhizopogon includes species with hypogeous or subepigeus habit, forming ectomycorrhizae with naturally occurring or planted pines (Pinaceae). Species of the genus Rhizopogon can be distinguished easily from the other hypogeous basidiomycetes by their lacunose gleba without columella and their smooth elliptical spores; however, the limit between species is not always easy to establish. Rhizopogon luteolus, the type species of the genus, has been considered one of the species that are more abundant in Europe, as well as it has been cited in pine plantation of North and South America, different parts of Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. However, in this study, based on molecular analyses of the ITS nuclear ribosomal DNA (nrDNA) sequences (19 new sequences; 37 sequences from GenBank/ UNITE, including those from type specimens), we prove that many GenBank sequences under R. luteolus were misidentified and correspond to Rhizopogon verii, a species described from Tunisia. Also, we confirm that basidiomes and ectomycorrhizae recently collected in Germany under Pinus sylvestris, as well as specimens from South of Brazil under Pinus taeda belong to R. verii. Thanks to the numerous ectomycorrhizal tips collected in Germany, a complete description of R. verii/P. sylvestris ectomycorrhiza is provided. Moreover, since in this paper the presence of R. verii in South America is here reported for the first time, a short description of basidiomes collected in Brazil, compared with collections located in different European herbaria, is included.
Publisher version (URL)https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00572-015-0678-8
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/163980
DOI10.1007/s00572-015-0678-8
ISSN0940-6360
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