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MYCENA LACRIMANS, A RARE SPECIES FROM AMAZONIA, IS BIOLUMINESCENT

  • D. E. Desjardin (a1) and R. Braga-Neto (a2)
Abstract

Mycena lacrimans (Agaricales, Mycenaceae) is redescribed from material collected recently near the type locality and is for the first time reported as bioluminescent. A comprehensive description, illustrations, photographs, comparison with phenetically similar species, and discussion of phylogenetic relationships are provided.

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Edinburgh Journal of Botany
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