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Inocybe baltica and I. suecica, two new smoothspored species from the Baltic Sea region

Journal article
Authors Jukka Vauras
Ellen Larsson
Published in Karstenia
Volume 56
Issue 1-2
Pages 13-26
ISSN 0453-3402
Publication year 2016
Published at Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences
Pages 13-26
Language en
Keywords Inocybe, Agaricales, taxonomy, molecular systematics, hemiboreal zone, Europe
Subject categories Biological Sciences, Biological Systematics


Two new species, with pruinose stipe and smooth spores, are described from Fennoscandia and Estonia. Inocybe baltica is a rather large species, associated with Pinus sylvestris on calcareous sandy soils, often occurring at seashores. I. suecica is a smaller species associated with deciduous trees on more rich and calcareous soils, often found in parks and cemeteries. Both species are so far known to occur only in the hemiboreal zone.

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