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In A subject index and references allow reader easy access addition, numerous novel taxa are introduced in the C. This volume is dealing with mycology, especially higher fungi. Therefore it should be Reviewed by: available in learning institutions and research laboratories Samantha C. Hyde dealing with plant pathogens, and community libraries. Damm, P. Guarro, J. This book provides an online identification tool to all recognized species at present and gives directions for future research approaches.

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Thor- ough emphasis has been placed on ascospores. Addi- From the Fungi Europaei Corticiaceae s. In addition the corti- cioid fungi present in Europe and adjacent areas Rating: species with the exception of the tomentelloid fungi Recommendations: this book is very important not only to Amaurodon, Pseudotomentella, and Tomentella are soil microbiologists and plant pathologists but also to any- listed and keyed out in this volume. There- Italy have been described, illustrated, and comments and fore this book must be available in all schools, research keys to all the species present in Europe are provided.

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Taxonomical and nomenclatural notes, 2. Hyde Checklist of Corticiaceae s. Key to genera of Corticiaceae s. Descriptions and keys to the species, 5.

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Bibliography, Fungi Europaei Corticiaceae s. Illustrated glossary, 7. Iconography, and 8. Index to genera and species. General part; Introduc- Recommendation: should be available in all college and tion, History of the classification of Strophariaceae, The university libraries where study on fungi is offered.

It is also impact of molecular phylogenies, Practical approach in a useful source of information for undergraduates as well as this monograph, Biology and biogeography of Strophar- their teachers and researchers. This Fungi Europaei is a iaceae, Gasteroid and secotoid Strophariaceae, Stro- series of monographs intended for both professional and phariaceae and society: about food and drugs, amateur mycologists.

Morphological characters used for the delimitation of taxa, Acknowledgments; II. Hyde ficiently known and excluded taxa; III. References; IV. Iconographic part; V.

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Indices; Index of new taxa and new combinations. Fungi Europaei Strophariaceae s. The history and the classification of the Strophar- iaceae are described by the Author that also includes By M. Noordeloos molecular phylogenetic studies and morphological Series editor: Edizioni Candusso characters used for delimitation of taxa. In addition there are notes about some doubtful taxa, insufficiently known and therefore usu- ISBN ally excluded.

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