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Mucronella variolosa (Johnston, 1838) - WoRMS latest taxa marked as checked
Mucronella coccinea (Abildgaard, 1806) - WoRMS latest taxa marked as checked

Clavaria argillacea
David Mitchel - Northern Ireland Fungus Group

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1.  Reclassification of Parapterulicium Corner (Pterulaceae, Agaricales), contributions to Lachnocladiaceae and Peniophoraceae (Russulales) and introduction of Baltazaria gen. nov.LinkIT
Leal-Dutra CA, Neves MA, Griffith GW, Reck MA, Clasen LA, Dentinger BTM
MycoKeys, 2018

2.  A Brazilian population of the asexual fungus-growing ant Mycocepurus smithii (Formicidae, Myrmicinae, Attini) cultivates fungal symbionts with gongylidia-like structures.LinkIT
Masiulionis VE, Rabeling C, De Fine Licht HH, Schultz T, Bacci M, Bezerra CM, Pagnocca FC
PloS one, 2014

3.  Yet more "weeds" in the garden: fungal novelties from nests of leaf-cutting ants.LinkIT
Augustin JO, Groenewald JZ, Nascimento RJ, Mizubuti ES, Barreto RW, Elliot SL, Evans HC
PloS one, 2013

4.  Phylogenetic placement of an unusual coral mushroom challenges the classic hypothesis of strict coevolution in the apterostigma pilosum group ant-fungus mutualism.LinkIT
Dentinger BT, Lodge DJ, Munkacsi AB, Desjardin DE, McLaughlin DJ
Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, 2009

5.  Convergent coevolution in the domestication of coral mushrooms by fungus-growing ants.LinkIT
Munkacsi AB, Pan JJ, Villesen P, Mueller UG, Blackwell M, McLaughlin DJ
Proceedings. Biological sciences, 2004