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A Review of the Fungal Flora of the Canary Islands

  • Halvor B. Gjaerum
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Part of the Monographiae Biologicae book series (MOBI, volume 30)

Abstract

The first report on Canarian fungi was published by Montagne (1840) based on specimens collected by P. Barker-Webb, S. Berthelot, and J. M. Despréaux. Among the 53 fungus species recorded, several were described as new. Some of these fungi have subsequently been transferred to other genera or have proved to be imperfect states of other species (e.g. in the Uredinales), but some species are still valid.

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Canary Island Additional Species Parasitic Fungus Host Record Schizophyllum Commune 
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