Mycological Progress

, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp 1–6

Two new species of Mycena from alpine sites in Norway

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Abstract

Mycena aphanes and Mycena exilis, belonging to section Filipedes and section Polyadelphia, are proposed as new species. They are described and illustrated and compared to other species in the two sections. Mycena aphanes is a strikingly characteristic Mycena with fulvous or yellowish brown colours of both pileus and stipe. Mycena exilis is characterized by its occurrence on fallen Salix leaves, a pale brown pileus, occasionally with a pale pink tinge, narrowly adnate lamellae, four-spored basidia, and the presence of clamp connections.

Keywords

Taxonomy Alpine mycology Agaricales Basidiomycetes Tricholomataceae Mycena sect. Filipedes sect. Polyadelphia Mycena aphanes Mycena exilis 

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© German Mycological Society and Springer 2006

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.TorødNorway
  2. 2.Natural History MuseumOsloNorway

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