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DOI 10.1016/j.mycres.2005.11.015
Title (Primary) A molecular phylogeny of Hebeloma species from Europe
Author Boyle, H.; Zimdars, B.; Renker, C.; Buscot, F.
Source Titel Mycological Research
Year 2006
Department BOOEK
Volume 110
Issue 4
Page From 369
Page To 380
Language englisch
Keywords Agaricales; Basidiomycota; Cortinariaceae; Systematics; Taxonomy
Abstract In order to widen the scope of existing phylogenies of the ectomycorrhizal agaric genus Hebeloma a total of 53 new rDNA ITS sequences from that genus was generated, augmented by sequences retrieved from GenBank, and analysed using Bayesian, strict consensus and neighbour joining methods. The lignicolous Hebelomina neerlandica, Gymnopilus penetrans, and two species of Galerina served as outgroup taxa. Anamika indica, as well as representatives of the genera Hymenogaster and Naucoria, were included to test the monophyly of Hebeloma, which is confirmed by the results. Hebeloma, Naucoria, Hymenogaster and Anamika indica cluster in a strongly supported monophyletic hebelomatoid clade. All trees largely reflect the current infrageneric classification within Hebeloma, and divide the genus into mostly well-supported monophyletic groups surrounding H. crustuliniforme, H. velutipes, H. sacchariolens, H. sinapizans, and H. radicosum, with H. sarcophyllum being shown at an independent position; however this is not well supported. The section Indusiata divides with strong support into three groups, the position of the pleurocystidiate Hebeloma cistophilum suggests the possible existence of a third subsection within sect. Indusiata. Subsection Sacchariolentia is raised to the rank of section.
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Boyle, H., Zimdars, B., Renker, C., Buscot, F. (2006):
A molecular phylogeny of Hebeloma species from Europe
Mycol. Res. 110 (4), 369 - 380 10.1016/j.mycres.2005.11.015