I generi Hohenbuehelia e Resupinatus in Europa

I generi Hohenbuehelia e Resupinatus in Europa

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Giovanni Consiglio e Ledo Setti 2018

Monografie di pagine di Micologia (Tomo Terzo) 



First world monograph of the genera Hohenbuehelia and Resupinatus
(in both Italian and English languages)

• Etwa 400 Seiten (auf Italienisch mit einer englischen Übersetzung von Edmondo Grilli)
• Detaillierte Beschreibungen und nomenklatorische und taxonomische Hinweise der 22 Hohenbuehelia-Arten  und 12 Resupinatus-Arten, die in Europa vorkommen

• Farbfotos vom Habitus und den Mikromerkmalen

• dichotome Schlüssel

• DNA-Analyse und phylogenetische Studien.


In each of the 34 profiles of the monograph, after the name of the taxon and its authors,
are reported the basionym and, where existing, the nomenclatural and taxonomic
synonyms. For each type (holotype, lectotype, epitype and neotype) all typification details
are provided. The above is followed by the original diagnosis and its translation into
Italian and, where necessary, also into English. After the “Etymology” of the specific
epithet, there is the macro- and microscopic description of the taxon, generally, based on
the study of several collections, where the measures of spores, basidia, cheilocystidia
and hyphae represent the averages of the measures of all the collections, type included.
For comparison some relevant microscopic data from the literature are reported. Then
there is the data, both personal and from the literature, relative to habitat, edaphic and
ecological preferences, fruiting period and countries where the taxon has been recorded.
There follows a list of the material studied, including place of collection, type of wood,
substratum, date, legit, herbarium and herbarium number as well as the fundamental
“Iconographic references”.
The profile continues with the “Notes”: the taxonomic ones in which are emphasized
the macro- and microscopic characters crucial to a correct determination of the species
dealt with and its separation from close allies, and, where appropriate, the nomenclatural
ones, which recall the “history” of the taxon. The paragraph “Molecular data” anticipates
some of the conclusions resulting from the molecular analysis and reported in the final
chapter of the book.
By way of example, we report the photo in habitat and one of the photomicrographs of
the type species of the two genera treated in this monograph.

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