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Mycological Progress

, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp 93–99 | Cite as

Tricholomopsis flammula (Basidiomycota, Agaricales)—molecular taxonomy, delimitation, variability and ecology

  • Jan HolecEmail author
  • Miroslav Kolařík
Original article

Abstract

Tricholomopsis flammula, recently validated, was studied by molecular methods to clarify its taxonomic position. Sequences of T. flammulla form a distinct clade sister to a well-supported clade of T. rutilans sequences, whereas T. decora forms a cluster standing apart from them. T. flammula really is a good species separate from T. rutilans and T. decora, well distinguishable both phenotypically and molecularly. The infraspecific variability revealed by molecular methods is expressed in slight differences among some of the collections studied. The brief characteristics, selected descriptions and illustrations, key diagnostic characters and data on habitats and substrates of T. flammula are given. A discussion on variability of its basidiocarps is added.

Keywords

Tricholomopsis Europe Nuclear rDNA Sequencing Description Habitats 

Notes

Acknowledgements

We thank A. Hausknecht (Austria) and J. Borovička (Czech Republic) for information on their collections of T. flammula and two anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments. The work by J. Holec was financially supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic (project MK00002327201) and by the internal grant project of the National Museum, Prague. M. Kolařík was sponsored by the grants GA ČR 206/08/P322 and MSM 6007665801.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Mycological DepartmentNational MuseumPraha 1Czech Republic
  2. 2.Institute of Microbiology ASCRPraha 4Czech Republic
  3. 3.Department of Botany, Faculty of ScienceCharles UniversityPraha 2Czech Republic

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