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 Summary:Inocybe myriadophylla Vauras & E. Larss., Karstenia 51 (2): 32 (2012) [MB#564068] 
 Synonymy:≡Mallocybe myriadophylla (Vauras & E. Larss.) Matheny & Esteve-Rav., Mycologia 10.1080/00275514.2019.1668906: 25 (2019) [MB#830449] 
 MycoBank #:564068 
 Authors:Vauras & E. Larsson 
 Authors (abbreviated):Vauras & E. Larss. 
 Page #:32 
 Year of effective publication:2012 
 Date public:2016-12-22 10:14:13 
 Remarks:Inocybe myriadophylla seems to be a mycorrhizal species of Betula in habitats on calcareous soil. Betula was present at every site, where this fungus was found. The localities are fairly open, parks or forest margins, or fairly young mixed forests with adult Pinus sylvestris. Furthermore, in one locality the only tree species was Betula. Most of the localities are close to limestone processing plants, and have received fallout of chalk dust for years. The soil pH of the localities in Lohja and Parainen ranged between 7.4 and 7.8.
At present, we know only a few localities of I. myriadophylla from Finland and Sweden. All these are situated in hemiboreal (or boreonemoral) zone. In both localities, where the species has been collected several times, it grows as abundant groups. I. myriadophylla seems to have a fairly long fruiting period, as the collections date from mid-June to mid-September.
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