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Tremella juniperina new record a fungicolous jelly fungus

, : Tremella juniperina new record a fungicolous jelly fungus. Botaniska Notiser 131(4): 435-438

A thorough description of T. juniperina Karst. is given, the species is lectotypified and its distribution in Fennoscandia is mapped. The species is new to Norway and Sweden. It was previously known only from the original material from Finland. It is not identical with Exidia grilletii (Boud.) Neuh. T. juniperina is constantly associated with, and probably grows saprophytically on, ascocarps of Colpoma juniperi (Karst.) Dennis.

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