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 Summary:Entoloma myriadophyllum O.V. Morozova, Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 46 (3): 183 (2012) [MB#564212] 
 MycoBank #:564212 
 Epithet:myriadophyllum 
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 Authors:O.V. Morozova 
 Authors (abbreviated):O.V. Morozova 
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 Page #:183 
 Year of effective publication:2012 
 Name type:Basionym 
 Gender:Neuter 
 Date public:2017-01-09 13:52:25 
 Name status:Legitimate 
 Remarks:Entoloma myriadophyllum is remarkable species due itÂ’s extremely narrow and crowded lamellae. Caespitose growth is also not common in Entoloma. The structure of the pileipellis led to place it in the subgenus Entoloma, where it occupies rather isolated position. On account of the depressed to infundibuliform pileus it shows much resemblance with the members of section Polita Noordel., although the presence of incrusting pigment is not characteristic of this section. E. clitocyboides E. Horak et Singer from Brazil (Horak 1982) seems to be close, however differs by white and less depressed pileus with differently shaped lamellae, other form of cheilocystidia and lack of clamps. E. subinfundibuliforme T.H. Li et Chuan H. Li and E. subclitocyboides W.M. Zhang originally described from China are characterized by more robust basidiomata with more broad and distant lamellae and absence of clamp connections (Li, Li 2009; Zhang et al. 1994). E. angustifolium Murrill, a North American species with narrow and crowded lamellae, possesses convex pileus, solid glabrous stipe and larger spores (Murrill 1917). 
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