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Antonin, Vladimir and Michael E. Noordeloos

A monograph of marasmioid and collybioid fungi in Europe. 2010. 130 col. plates. 131 figs. 480 p. gr8vo. Hardcover.

The present work is a fully revised edition of two formerly publishedvolumes (Antonin & Noordeloos, 1993 & 1997). A new edition seemed tobe necessary to include new species, new records, and changed taxonomic concepts in the groups concerned. Phylogenetic studies usingmolecular markers radically changed our insight in the relationshipsin the group concerned, and forced us to re - evaluate morphological andecological characters which formed the base of earlier classifications.These studies are still in full progress, and the results so far donot allow us to present a 'definitive' classification. It is also ourconcern to maintain or create nomenclatural stability instead ofintroducing new generic and infrageneric names. Consequently theclassification presented here, although it fundamentally differs fromour earlier ones, still is a compromise. By accepting both monophyleticand polyphyletic genera, we have tried to present the most actual stateof knowledge, also keeping in mind that the primary goal of this bookclaims to be an up-to-date idetification tool, which requires apractical and clear concept. -Quote form the introduction of the book.
Autor/Hrsg. Antonin, Vladimir and Michael E. Noordeloos
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Autor(en) Antonin, Vladimir and Michael E. Noordeloos
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