Adamcík; Jancovicova
Sydowia Vol. 63/2 E-Book/S 131-140
Pseudobaeospora terrayi, a new species from Slovakia
Artikel Nr 2552
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Slavomír Adamcík* & Sona Jancovicová**

*Institute of Botany, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Dúbravská cesta 9,
SK-845 23 Bratislava, Slovakia
**Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Botany, Révová 39, SK-811 02 Bratislava, Slovakia

Adamcík S. & Jancovicová S. (2011) Pseudobaeospora terrayi – a new species from Slovakia. – Sydowia 63 (2): 131–140.

Pseudobaeospora terrayi is described and illustrated as a new member of the genus defined by (1) yellowish-greenish discoloration in 5 % KOH, (2) pileipellis with a well developed suprapellis of narrower aeriferous hyphae and wider hyphae in the subpellis, (3) relatively small, slender white basidiomata with distant gills, and (4) with cheilocystidia. Differences from similar species are discussed. Observations and comparison with the type specimen of P. paulochroma, the most similar species, are provided.
Keywords: Agaricomycotina, fungi, biodiversity, systematics.