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The lycoperdaceae of north central florida usa 2. the genera bovistella langermannia and morganella

, : The lycoperdaceae of north central florida usa 2. the genera bovistella langermannia and morganella. Revista de Biologia Tropical 29(1): 95-104

Lycoperdaceae (4 spp.) of north-central Florida are described: Bovistella radicata (Mont.) Pat.; Morganella velutina (Berk. ex Mass.) Kreisel et Dring; M. fuliginea (Berk. et Curt) Kreisel et Dring; and Langermannia bicolor (Lev.) Demoulin et Dring. A short discussion on the taxonomic position of Morganella is included.

Accession: 006712491

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