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A reappraisal of type and authentic material of the larger Basidiomycetes in the Pretoria Herbarium

Derek A. Reid
Bothalia | Vol 11, No 3 | a1451 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/abc.v11i3.1451 | © 1974 Derek A. Reid | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 12 November 1974 | Published: 04 December 1974

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Derek A. Reid, Royal Botanic Gardens, United Kingdom

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Abstract

Accounts of the macroscopic appearance and microscopic structure of twenty type and authentic specimens of the larger Basidiomycetes preserved in the Pretoria Herbarium are given. The speciesconcerned have been reassigned wherever possible to genera in accordance with modern taxonomic concepts, and the following new combinations made:  Antrodia conchata (Lloyd) Reid,  Coriolus durhanensis (Van der Byl) Reid, Ganoderma nigrolucidum (Lloyd) Reid,  Ramaria cladoniae (Kalchbr.)Reid.


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