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The fungus collection of v mouton in the national botanical garden of belgium


, : The fungus collection of v mouton in the national botanical garden of belgium. Bulletin du Jardin Botanique National de Belgique 48(1-2): 221-230

An alphabetical list of the new taxa described by Mouton or published in his papers is given. The exact place of publication and location of the type or original material and new combinations or critical notes made by later studies of the material are included. Mouton's work largely concerned ascomycete species collected in the vicinity of Liege (Belgium) at the end of the 19th century.


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