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. 2006 Jun;34(2):56-60.
doi: 10.4489/MYCO.2006.34.2.056. Epub 2006 Jun 30.

Some Unrecorded Higher Fungi of the Seoraksan and Odaesan National Parks

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Some Unrecorded Higher Fungi of the Seoraksan and Odaesan National Parks

Sang-Kuk Han et al. Mycobiology. .
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Abstract

Higher Fungi were collected twice a month from May to September 2004 during field survey trips to Seoraksan and Odaesan National Parks. All the collected specimens were investigated for the morphological characters of carpophores and other features, and deposited in the herbarium of the Entomopathogenic Fungal Culture Collection (EFCC), Kangwon National University, Chuncheon. Among the identified specimens, three genera Rhodotus, Hotermannia and Sebacina and four species Rhodotus palmatus, Gomphus clavatus, Holtermannia corniformis and Sebacina incrustans were confirmed as new to Korea and reported here with descriptions.

Keywords: Seoraksan and Odaesan National Parks; Unrecorded taxa.

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Fig. 1
Microscopic and macroscopic structures of Rhodotus palmatus. a. Basidiospores (× 1000), b. basidia (× 1000), c. Pileipellis (× 400), scale bar = 9.1 µm (× 1000), 22.5 µm (× 400).
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Fig. 2
Microscopic and macroscopic structures of Gomphus clavatus. a. basidiospores (× 1000), b. basidia (× 1000), scale bar = 9.1 µm (× 1000).
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Fig. 3
Microscopic and macroscopic structures of Holtermannia corniformis. a. basidiospores (× 1000), b. hyphae (× 1000) c. basidia (× 1000), scale bar = 9.1 µm (× 1000).
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Fig. 4
Microscopic and macroscopic structures of Sebacina incrustans. a. Basidiospores (× 1000), b. basidia (× 1000), c. hyphae (× 1000), scale bar = 9.1 µm (× 1000).
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Fig. 5
Carpophore of Rhodotus palmatus.
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Fig. 6
Carpophores of Gomphus clavatus.
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Fig. 7
Carpophores of Holtermannia corniformis.
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Fig. 8
Carpophores of Sebacina incrustans.

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