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Villarreal, Manuel, Francisco Arenal & Victor Rubio. Mycena pinophila, a new species of Mycena section Polyadelphia from Spain, Mycotaxon 84: 331-336. 2002.

ABSTRACT: Mycena pinophila sp. nov. has been found growing on Pinus sylvestris needles. The dark coloured basidiomata, particular habitat and broad and densely diverticulated cheilocystidia characterize the new species. Notes on closely related species are given and a new identification key for Mycena sect. Polyadelphia including all members in the Northern Hemisphere is proposed.

KEYWORDS: Tricholomataceae, Pinus sylvestris, Spanish mycota

Mycena pinophila M. Villarreal, Arenal & V. Rubio, p. 332

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