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Title:Morphological and molecular evidence for a new species of Russula (Russulaceae) from southern China 
Authors:Li, YK; Zhang, X; Yuan, Y; Cao, Z; Liang, JF 
Year:2015 
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Volume:202 
Issue:2 
First page:94 
Last page:102 
Keywords:Basidiomycetes, phylogeny, Russulales & taxonomy 
Abstract:Russula subrutilans sp. nov., a new species of Russula is described from southern China. It is unique for having buff pink to light congo-pink pileus, distant ventricose to subventricose lamellae with rare lamellulae, globose to broadly ellipsoid spores with bluntly conical warts forming a partial reticulum, and narrowly clavate to clavate cheilocystidia and pleurocysitidia with variable tips. Phylogenetic relationships among the new species and other closely related species in the genus are inferred based on the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region. 
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Summary:Li, YK; Zhang, X; Yuan, Y; Cao, Z; Liang, JF. 2015. Morphological and molecular evidence for a new species of Russula (Russulaceae) from southern China. Phytotaxa. 202(2):94-102 
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