Volvariella surrecta - a new species in the mycoflora of Poland

Dorota Celka

Abstract


The article presents the first record of Volvariella surrecta (Knapp) Sing. (Pluteaceae) in Poland. Its fruit bodies were found on 20 October 2000 in an oak-hornbeam wood in the southern part of Pomań. The parasitic V. surrecta grew on decaying sporophores of Lepista nebularis and Melanoleuca brevipes. The article also describes the macroscopic and microscpic characteristics of the discovered specimens.

Keywords


Volvariella surrecta; Agaricales; new species in Poland; location; municipal forest in Poznań

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