|title: ||Cantharellus phloginus, a new pink-colored species from southwestern China|
|author: ||Shao, Shi-Cheng; Buyck, Bart; Tian, Xiao-Fei; Liu, Pei-Gui; Geng, Yan-Hong|
|Issued Date: ||2016 |
|Abstract: ||A new species, Cantharellus phloginus, is reported from subtropical and tropical areas of Yunnan Province, and described in detail. It was distinctive from other species by unique morphological features such as the light pink color of pileus and pinkish tinges on the stipe in contrast to yellow-orange hymenophore, well-developed gill-folds and the ellipsoid basidiospores (7.5–8.5 × 5.0–6.5(–7.0) μm). The new species was further substantiated by phylogenetic analysis of the transcription elongation factor 1-alpha gene sequences that show it to be a sister-species to the North American C. cinnabarinus, the type species of C. subgen. Cinnabarinus.|
|Appears in Collections:||濒危植物迁地保护与再引种研究组_期刊论文|
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Shao, Shi-Cheng,Buyck, Bart,Tian, Xiao-Fei,et al. Cantharellus Phloginus, A New Pink-colored Species From Southwestern China[J]. Mycoscience,2016,57(2):144-149.