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1.  Wild edible mushrooms from Mediterranean region: Metal concentrations and health risk assessment.LinkIT
Sarikurkcu C, Popovi?-Djordjevi? J, Solak MH
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 2020
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2.  New species and reports of Cuphophyllus from northern North America compared with related Eurasian species.LinkIT
Voitk A, Saar I, Lodge DJ, Boertmann D, Berch SM, Larsson E
Mycologia, 2020
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3.  The first complete mitochondrial genome from the family Hygrophoraceae (Hygrophorus russula) by next-generation sequencing and phylogenetic implications.LinkIT
Li Q, Wang Q, Jin X, Chen Z, Xiong C, Li P, Zhao J, Huang W
International journal of biological macromolecules, 2019
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4.  Gliophorusglutinosus sp. nov. (Hygrophoraceae, Agaricales) from Eastern Himalayan region of India.LinkIT
Chakraborty D, Das K, Vizzini A
MycoKeys, 2018
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5.  Isotopic evidence of biotrophy and unusual nitrogen nutrition in soil-dwelling Hygrophoraceae.LinkIT
Halbwachs H, Easton GL, Bol R, Hobbie EA, Garnett MH, Per?oh D, Dixon L, Ostle N, Karasch P, Griffith GW
Environmental microbiology, 2018
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6.  Additions to tribe Chromosereae (Basidiomycota, Hygrophoraceae) from China, including Sinohygrocybe gen. nov. and a first report of Gloioxanthomycesnitidus.LinkIT
Wang CQ, Zhang M, Li TH, Liang XS, Shen YH
MycoKeys, 2018
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7.  Hidden diversity uncovered in Hygrophorus sect. Aurei (Hygrophoraceae), including the Mediterranean H.¬†meridionalis and the¬†North American H.¬†boyeri, spp. nov.LinkIT
Pierre-Arthur M, Jean-Michel B, Renée L, Zacharias A, Antonis A, Herman L, Christian S, Ellen L, Michael L
Fungal biology, 2018
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8.  Lichenomphalia altoandina, a new species of Hygrophoraceae from the Chilean Altiplano.LinkIT
Sandoval-Leiva P, Niveiro N, Urbina-Casanova R, Scherson R
Mycologia, 2017
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9.  From one to six: unrecognized species diversity in the genus Acantholichen (lichenized Basidiomycota: Hygrophoraceae).LinkIT
Dal-Forno M, L√ľcking R, Bungartz F, Y√°nez-Ayabaca A, Marcelli MP, Spielmann AA, Coca LF, Chaves JL, Aptroot A, Sipman HJ, Sikaroodi M, Gillevet P, Lawrey JD
Mycologia, 2016
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10.  Penarines A-F, (nor-)sesquiterpene carboxylic acids from Hygrophorus penarius (Basidiomycetes).LinkIT
Otto A, Porzel A, Schmidt J, Wessjohann L, Arnold N
Phytochemistry, 2014
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