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Petersen, Ronald H. & Timothy J. Baroni. Xerula hispida and Xerula setulosa (comb. nov.): two similar semi-tropical New World agarics. Mycotaxon 101: 113-136. 2007.

ABSTRACT: Gymnopus setulosus, described from Jamaica, is now known from the Caribbean, Central and tropical South America. Apparently, Lentinus pilosus Rick, described from southern Brazil, is a synonym. The species belongs in Xerula sect. Xerula, and a new combination is proposed to accommodate this placement. Xerula hispida, described from Costa Rica, appears to be a 2-spored state of X. setulosa, and is reported here from northern South America for the first time.

KEYWORDS: biogeography, distribution, anamorphic state

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