Volume 5 - 2020
32. Three new records of Cortinarius (Cortinariaceae) for the Turkish Mycota from Trabzon, Turkey
Sesli E, Örtücü S (2020)
31. “Ganoderma lucidum sensu lato” – a sacred mushroom for immortality
Ayesha P et al. (2020)
29. Xylaria oxyacanthae (Xylariaceae), a new record on Diospyros melanoxylon from India
Himani S, Krishnappa M (2020)
28. Linking ectomycorrhizal mushroom species richness and composition with dominant trees in a tropical seasonal rainforest
Ediriweera AN et al. (2020)
26. Ahmadea dalanensis gen. and sp. nov., an edible truffle from Pakistan
Aman N et al. (2020)
25. Pholiota polychroa and Porodisculus orientalis: two new additions to wood-rotting fungi of India
Chuzho K, Dkhar MS (2020)
23. First successful domestication of a white strain of Auricularia cornea from Thailand
Bandara AR et al. (2020)
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