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Author(s): Barina, Z., Benedek, L., Boros, L., Dima, B., Folcz, Á., Király, G., Koszka, A., Malatinszky, Á., Papp, D., Pifkó, D. & Papp, V.
Title: Taxonomical and chorological notes 1 (1–19)
Year: 2015
Volume: 46
Pages: 205-221.


Abstract: The first part of the newly launched series includes miscellaneous new records from fungi to vascular plants. New chorological records of 14 fungi taxa are provided here: two new (Hypoxylon ticinense and Amylostereum laevigatum) and one confirmed (Sarcodontia crocea) for Hungary; one new for Kiskunság and Bükk Mts (Pholiota squarrosoides); five new for Vértes Mts (Arrhenia rickenii, Dentipellis fragilis, Entoloma zuccherellii var. pluteisimilis, Gomphidius roseus, Leucoagaricus ionidicolor) and partly Central Hungary; four new for Sopron Mts (Agaricus bohusii, Amanita vittadinii, Hericium erinaceus and Leccinum variicolor); and two new for Neusiedl Hills (Gomphidius roseus and Polyporus umbellatus). Records of one moss (Anacamptodon splachnoides) new for Cserhát and Cserehát Mts are provided here. New chorological records of two vascular plants are provided: one taxon (Crataegus rosaeformis subsp. curvisepala) new for Hernád Valley and NE Hungary; one (Epipactis leptochila subsp. neglecta) new for the Börzsöny Mts. Two new combinations in genus Chamaecytisus are proposed here (Chamaecytisus supinus subsp. aggregatus and subsp. pannonicus). The present paper includes also the revision of the occurrence of Calamagrostis villosa in Hungary and concludes that it has been extinct in the country.
Keywords: new combination, Hungary, vascular plant, bryophyte, extinct, fungi, red list

Journal: Studia botanica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Studia bot. hung.
ISSN: 0301-7001
Publisher: Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest
Editor(s): Barina, Z., Alegro, A., Buczkó, K., Hably, L., Lakušić, D., Lőkös, L., Papp, B., Shevera, M. & Szurdoki, E.