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Title:Hygrophorus exiguus, a new species in subgenus Colorati section Olivaceoumbrini, subsection Tephroleuci 
Authors:ELLEN LARSSON, EMANUELE CAMPO and MATTEO CARBONE 
Year:2014 
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Volume:54 
First page:41 
Last page:48 
Publisher:Finnish Mycological Society 
Keywords:Agaricales, Hygrophoraceae, Picea abies, phylogenetic systematics, taxonomy, ITS 
Abstract:The new species H. exiguus is in Fennoscandia associated with rather moist old growth mixed Picea abies forests of Vaccinium myrtillus type, in Southern Europe with mixed P. abies and Abies alba forests on higher elevations. It seems to be growing solitarily deep in mosses. The species is likely to be rare but has a broad distribution in Europe and is found in Finland, Sweden, Italy and France. It is closely related to H. agathosmus, H. hyacinthinus and H. odoratus, but can be segregated from these by its small fruiting bodies, with a cap diameter rarely exceeding 20-25 mm. Like H. agathosmus, it has the odour of marzipan or bitter almonds. 
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Summary:ELLEN LARSSON, EMANUELE CAMPO and MATTEO CARBONE. 2014. Hygrophorus exiguus, a new species in subgenus Colorati section Olivaceoumbrini, subsection Tephroleuci. Karstenia. 54:41-48 
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