The genus Gymnopilus (Fungi, Agaricales) in the Czech Republic with respect to collections from other European countries

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Fossil Imprint / Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae, Series B - Historia Naturalis | 2005/61/1-2

The genus Gymnopilus (Fungi, Agaricales, Cortinariaceae) was monographically studied. The study is based on a thorough observation of macro- and microcharacters using numerous personal and herbarium collections from the Czech Republic. Selected collections from Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, and Ukraine were also used for better understanding of the species concept. In each species, macro- and microcharacters, the fructification period, substrates, relation to vegetation and altitude and distribution are evaluated in detail. Taxonomic remarks on all species are added and contemporary literature on Gymnopilus is summarised. A key for identification of species growing in the Czech Republic is provided. The following species were recognised in this area: Gymnopilus spectabilis (taxon with robust fruitbodies), G. bellulus, G. josserandii, G. flavus, G. fulgens, G. decipiens, G. penetrans (= G. hybridus), G. sapineus and G. picreus. The following names commonly used in contemporary literature are either not recognised in the Czech Republic or considered doubtful or hardly interpretable taxa: Gymnopilus stabilis, G. junonius s. str. (taxon with slender fruitbodies), and G. liquiritiae. Line drawings and photographs of important microcharacters

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