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Gasparini, B. (2007), Genus Cortinarius, subgenus Phlegmacium in Tasmania. New Zealand Journal of Botany 45 (Paper) Gasparini, B. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Cortinarius australis Gasparini
  2. Cortinarius austrocausticus Gasparini
  3. Cortinarius austrocyanites var. brunyensis Gasparini
  4. Cortinarius austrosaginus Gasparini
  5. Cortinarius austrovaginatus Gasparini
  6. Cortinarius caeruleoeburneus Gasparini
  7. Cortinarius capsicosmus Gasparini
  8. Cortinarius chrysochalybdeus Gasparini
  9. Cortinarius chrysopocos Gasparini
  10. Cortinarius coelopus Gasparini
  11. Cortinarius elatostipitatus Gasparini
  12. Cortinarius fucatus Gasparini
  13. Cortinarius fulvoiubatus Gasparini
  14. Cortinarius ingratiolens Gasparini
  15. Cortinarius lacteus Gasparini
  16. Cortinarius madidus Gasparini
  17. Cortinarius memoria-annae Gasparini
  18. Cortinarius nijerrus Gasparini
  19. Cortinarius phaeouranus Gasparini
  20. Cortinarius pseudoporphyropus Gasparini
  21. Cortinarius quaresimalis Gasparini
  22. Cortinarius rubescens Gasparini
  23. Cortinarius salmaster Gasparini
  24. Cortinarius sclerophyllarum Gasparini
  25. Cortinarius submagellanicus Gasparini
  26. Cortinarius submeleagris Gasparini
  27. Cortinarius subsciorophyllus Gasparini
  28. Cortinarius ulematus Gasparini
  29. Cortinarius wirrabara Gasparini

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