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Bougher, Neale L. The genus Campanella in Western Australia. Mycotaxon 99: 327–335. 2007.

ABSTRACT: Two species of Campanella are noted.The genus was previously unrecorded in Western Australia. Campanella gregaria sp. nov. predominantly occurs on rotting wood and bark of Banksia and Eucalyptus in south Western Australia. C. gregaria can be recognized by having often numerous, dull dark brown to grey, tiny, shell-shaped to cup-shaped, gelatinized basidiomes with an extensively anastomosed, almost poroid hymenophore. It is affiliated with species in Campanella subsection Floridanae,perhaps closest to the northern East Asian species Campanella boninensis. A second species of Campanella from Western Australia is noted but not formally described pending further collections.

KEYWORDS: Agaricales, Marasmiaceae, taxonomy

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