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Studies in tropical African Lactarius species, 6 : a synopsis of the subgenus Lactariopsis (Henn.) R. Heim emend.

Annemieke Verbeken UGent (1998) MYCOTAXON. 66. p.387-418
abstract
An emendation of the subgenus Lactariopsis (Henn.) R. Helm is proposed, based on studies from 11 African species, Nine species are classified in the sections Lactariopsidei Singer ex Singer and Chamaeleontini Verbeken sect nov.; two species, Lactarius indusiatus Verbeken and L. pruinatus Verbeken & Buyck sp. nov., are provisionally not classified at section level. The temperate section Albati (Bat.) Singer emend. Hesler & A.H. Sm. (group of Lactarius vellereus) is also included in this subgenus. A key to the species of each section is given, as well as a check-list of the African species in this subgenus, The relationships of the Chamaeleontini with Russula subsect. Amoeninae Singer ex Buyck, and Lactariopsis with the genus Pleurogala, are discussed.
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Studies in tropical African Lactarius species. 6. A synopsis of the subgenus Lactariopsis (Henn.) R. Heim emend.
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MYCOTAXON
Mycotaxon
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66
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387 - 418
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0093-4666
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English
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  abstract     = {An emendation of the subgenus Lactariopsis (Henn.) R. Helm is proposed, based on studies from 11 African species, Nine species are classified in the sections Lactariopsidei Singer ex Singer and Chamaeleontini Verbeken sect nov.; two species, Lactarius indusiatus Verbeken and L. pruinatus Verbeken \& Buyck sp. nov., are provisionally not classified at section level. The temperate section Albati (Bat.) Singer emend. Hesler \& A.H. Sm. (group of Lactarius vellereus) is also included in this subgenus. A key to the species of each section is given, as well as a check-list of the African species in this subgenus, 
The relationships of the Chamaeleontini with Russula subsect. Amoeninae Singer ex Buyck, and Lactariopsis with the genus Pleurogala, are discussed.},
  author       = {Verbeken, Annemieke},
  issn         = {0093-4666},
  journal      = {MYCOTAXON},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {387--418},
  title        = {Studies in tropical African Lactarius species, 6 : a synopsis of the subgenus Lactariopsis (Henn.) R. Heim emend.},
  volume       = {66},
  year         = {1998},
}

Chicago
Verbeken, Annemieke. 1998. “Studies in Tropical African Lactarius Species, 6 : a Synopsis of the Subgenus Lactariopsis (Henn.) R. Heim Emend.” Mycotaxon 66: 387–418.
APA
Verbeken, A. (1998). Studies in tropical African Lactarius species, 6 : a synopsis of the subgenus Lactariopsis (Henn.) R. Heim emend. MYCOTAXON, 66, 387–418.
Vancouver
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Verbeken A. Studies in tropical African Lactarius species, 6 : a synopsis of the subgenus Lactariopsis (Henn.) R. Heim emend. MYCOTAXON. 1998;66:387–418.
MLA
Verbeken, Annemieke. “Studies in Tropical African Lactarius Species, 6 : a Synopsis of the Subgenus Lactariopsis (Henn.) R. Heim Emend.” MYCOTAXON 66 (1998): 387–418. Print.