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Stephanospora mayana (Stephanosporaceae, Russulales), a new sequestrate fungus from Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico
JAVIER ISAAC DE LA FUENTE LOPEZ
GONZALO GUEVARA GUERRERO
IVAN OROS ORTEGA
ROMEO ALEJANDRO SANCHEZ ZAVALEGUI
IVAN ISIDRO CORDOVA LARA
JESUS GARCIA JIMENEZ
Acceso Abierto
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10.3897/mycokeys.48.31007
10.3897/mycokeys.48.31007
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Stephanospora mayana is presented as a new species from the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico. This species is distinguished by the yellowish pileus, basidiospores with a small corona (4–6 × 1–2.5 µm), and variable size (8.0–17.0 × 6.0–11.0), thin pileus (21–40 µm) and the ecological association to lowland forest with Haematoxylum campechianum, Gymnopodium floribundum, Coccoloba diversifolia, Metopium brownei and Pinus caribaea. It differs from the American species of Stephanospora, like S. michoacanensis and S. chilensis, by its larger basidiospores. Descriptions, photographs and discussions are presented.
2019
Artículo
MycoKeys, 48, 115, 2019
Inglés
de la Fuente, J. I., & Guevara-Guerrero, G. (2019). Stephanosporamayana (Stephanosporaceae, Russulales), a new sequestrate fungus from Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico. MycoKeys, 48, 115.
BIOLOGÍA Y QUÍMICA
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