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Rodriguésia

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CALACA, Francisco J. Simões; MAGNAGO, Altielys Casale; ALVARENGA, Renato Lúcio Mendes  and  XAVIER-SANTOS, Solange. Phlebopus beniensis (Boletinellaceae, Boletales) in the Brazilian Cerrado biome. Rodriguésia [online]. 2018, vol.69, n.2, pp.939-944. ISSN 0370-6583.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/2175-786020186924x6.

The Brazilian Cerrado is a highly diverse ecosystem, harboring a great variety of organisms; however, the mycodiversity is still poorly documented. In this study, we record for the first time the bolete Phlebopus beniensis from the Cerrado biome in the state of Goiás, located in Brazil’s Central-West Region. Description, macroscopic images, line drawings and comments, as well as the geographic distribution of the genus for Brazil are presented herein.

Keywords : Basidiomycota; boletoid fungi; distribution; fungal diversity; Neotropical Region.

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