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Holec, Jan. Remarks on taxonomy and ecology of Leucoagaricus ionidicolor based on a find from Central Bohemia (Czech Republic). Mycotaxon 109: 329–336. 2009.

ABSTRACT:  Central Bohemia (Czech Republic), a region around Prague, has varied and unique habitat conditions and a long tradition of mycological research. In 2008, rare species Leucoagaricus ionidicolor was found there (Krivoklatsko protected landscape area) in detritus close to the fallen trunk of Quercus in a thermophilous broadleaved forest. It is the first find in Bohemia (west part of the Czech Republic). A thorough description and discussion on taxonomy, ecology and distribution are given.

KEYWORDS:  Basidiomycetes, Agaricaceae, thermophilous fungi, Central Europe, mycogeography

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