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Asproinocybe lyophylloides K.Syme & T.Lebel, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Lebel, T.; Syme, K.; Barrett, M.; Cooper, J.A. (17 February 2020), Two new species of Asproinocybe (Tricholomataceae) from Australasia. Muelleria 38: 80, figs 2-3 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Australia. Denmark, William Bay National Park, Bilbbulmun track west of William Bay Road, K.Syme 1349/04, 30 June 2004 (holotype MEL2292252!, isotype PERTH 7367457!)."
  • Text: "we consider GB500 likely to represent a different species [to A. lyophylloides]"
  • Text: Identifier: MB 831967.
  • Text: DNA sequences: from holotype: GenBank MN275016 (ITS), MN275029 (LSU); from other collections: GenBank MN275015, MN275017-MN275024 (ITS), MN275026-MN275028, MN275030-MN275032 (LSU).
  • Comment: In relation to "GB500", GenBank KP012722 (ITS+LSU) is "Asproinocybe sp. 5 GMB-2014", with collection details: "Australia: NT, Darwin, Casuarina coastal Reserve, roadside stop 1, 100m fomr 1st carpark ... 12.3622 S 130.8672 E ... 22-Jan-2014 ... T. Lebel, G.M. Bonito, M.D. Barrett, C.N. Barrett ... MEL:2382847" and MEL:2382847 has collector ?G.M. Bonito 500?.
  • Etymology: "Named for its resemblance to species of the genus Lyophyllum."

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