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1 March 2013 Clathrus roseovolvatus, a New Phalloid Fungus from the Caribbean
Christophe Lécuru, Jean Mornand, Jean-Pierre Fiard, Pierre-Arthur Moreau, Régis Courtecuisse
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Abstract

A new species of Clathrus (Phallomycetideae) with white receptacle, formerly assimilated to the African species C. baumii and C. preussii, is described and illustrated from various collections from the Caribbean and Venezuela. It is characterized by a lilaceous-pink to vinaceous peridium and a tropical habitat in mesophilic to meso-hygrophilic managed forests and plantations.

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Christophe Lécuru, Jean Mornand, Jean-Pierre Fiard, Pierre-Arthur Moreau, and Régis Courtecuisse "Clathrus roseovolvatus, a New Phalloid Fungus from the Caribbean," Cryptogamie, Mycologie 34(1), 35-44, (1 March 2013). https://doi.org/10.7872/crym.v34.iss1.2013.35
Published: 1 March 2013
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Antilles Françaises
Basidiomycota
Clathraceae
French West Indies
Phallales
Phallomycetideae
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