Basidial morphology and hymenophoral development in Rhizopogon

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Talbot, P.H.B.;
(1973)

Species currently assigned to Rhizopogon Fr. & Nordh. can be divided into at least two groups on the basis of basidial morphology and hymenophoral development. It is desirable that two genera should be recognized but problems of typification preclude a formal proposal t... View more
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