3 edition of Corticiaceae of North Europe found in the catalog.
Corticiaceae of North Europe
|Statement||by Kurt Hjortstam, Karl-Henrik Larsson and Leif Ryvarden ; with drawings by John Eriksson. Vol.1, Introduction and keys.|
|Contributions||Larsson, Karl-Henrik., Ryvarden, Leif., Eriksson, John.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||59|
The Corticiaceae of North Europe The Corticiaceae of North Europe Vol 1: Introduction and Keys cort1 by J. Eriksson, L. Ryvarden, and (some vols) K. Hjortstarn Descriptions and quality line drawings of microscopic features. Some black and white photographs. Fungiflora A/S p. The Russulaceae as a whole have a worldwide distribution, but patterns differ among genera. Russula is the most widespread, found in North, Central and South America, Europe, temperate and tropical Asia, Africa, and : Agaricomycetes.
Eriksson J, Hjortstam K, Larsson K-H, Ryvarden L () The Corticiaceae of North Europe vols Fungiflora, Oslo. Resupinate hydnaceous fungi of North America III. sylvestris with scattered planted North American Pinusbanksiana. I found plenty of beautiful carpophores of Cytidiella albomellea on cut old branches of the latter pine species. Šmelcovna is situated very close to the “Soběslavská blata” peat-bogs, the richest locality in Bohemia for the species under discussion. lephoraceae of North America," published from to , to the current concept of the Cortici-aceae is discussed. The numbers of species of the Corticiaceae reported from various regions of the World are compared. The principal portion of the text is a synopsis of the genera comprising the Corticiaceae s.l. of Canada and the United.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedThe Corticiaceae of Northern Europe: 3 Coronicium - Pdf Series: Corticiaceae of Northern Europe, The: Type: Book/Report: How Complete: All the species in North Europe recognised at the time.
Source: Corticiaceae of Northern Europe, The, 3, Fungiflora: Illustrations: Line drawings and monochrome plates in the text: Review (by Malcolm Storey).Corticiaceae Name Synonyms Cytidiaceae Punctulariaceae Vuilleminiaceae Homonyms Corticiaceae Bibliographic References Hjortstam, K., Larsson, K.-H.
& Ryvarden, L. () The Corticiaceae of North Europe, Vol. 1. Introduction and keys Index Fungorum (May ) Kohlmeyer, J. (). [On the definition and taxonomy of higher marine fungi].Samples of D.
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