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Anatomical aspects of some hypogeous fungi from Catalonia (NE Spain).

AuthorsMartín, María P. ; Sierra, D.; Tabarés, Manuel
Issue Date1993
PublisherUniversidad de Barcelona
CitationFolia Botanica Miscellanea 9: 5-17 (1993)
AbstractDuring our researeh on the mycoflora of Catalonia, two species of hypogeous fungi were found as first records in the area surveyed: Leucogaster lozzianus (Cav. & Saec.) Matt. and Octavianina asterosperma (Vitt.) O. Kuntze. We have done a macro-and microscopical study of some anatomical features, giving special attention to the peridium and reproductive structures of the species mentioned above. Moreover, a similar study has been done on some other hypogeous fungi which are very infrequent or rare in Catalonia: Hymenogaster hessei Soehner, Hysterangium rickenii Soehner, Hysterangium stoloniferum Tul. var. rubescens (Quél.) Zeller & Dodge and Wakefieldia macrospora (Hawker) Hawker.
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