F. Esteve-Raventós's research while affiliated with University of Alcalá and other places

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Novel species of fungi described in this study include those from various countries as follows: Australia , Agaricus albofoetidus , Agaricus aureoelephanti and Agaricus parviumbrus on soil, Fusarium ramsdenii from stem cankers of Araucaria cunninghamii , Keissleriella sporoboli from stem of Sporobolus natalensis , Leptosphaerulina queenslandica and...
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Resumen Se revisa el grupo de especies con apariencia y hábito de I. pusio, todas con un estípite más o menos lilacino a violáceo, sobre todo en ejemplares jóvenes, mediante el estudio de caracteres morfológicos y análisis de la región ITS. La distribución de los caulocistidios, la presencia de vellipellis y la forma esporal son los caracteres más...
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Novel species of fungi described in this study include those from various countries as follows: Australia, Chaetomella pseudocircinoseta and Coniella pseudodiospyri on Eucalyptus microcorys leaves, Cladophialophora eucalypti, Teratosphaeria dunnii and Vermiculariopsiella dunnii on Eucalyptus dunnii leaves, Cylindrium grande and Hypsotheca eucalypto...
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A case of albinism in Inocybe rufuloides Bon. The authors present the study of a collection of albino specimens of Inocybe rufuloides found in Mallorca (Balearic Islands). The ITS molecular study of these samples confirms that it belongs to this species.
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Abstract Inocybe mixtilis constitutes a complex of species characterized by nodulose-angulose spores, absence of cortina and a more or less bulbous marginate stipe that is not darkening when desiccated. In order to elucidate species limits within the I. mixtilis complex, an ITS-RPB2 phylogeny was performed and interpreted using morphological and ec...
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This paper continues the taxonomic revision of the species collected during the campaign of 2015 in the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido. 409 taxa are added to the previous inventory, some of them from alpine-subalpine ecology, of which 76% correspond to phylum Basidiomycota and 22.2% to Ascomycota. They are presented in the form of a chec...
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Novel species of fungi described in this study include those from various countries as follows: Australia: Banksiophoma australiensis (incl. Banksiophoma gen. nov.) on Banksia coccinea, Davidiellomyces australiensis (incl. Davidiellomyces gen. nov.) on Cyperaceae, Didymocyrtis banksiae on Banksia sessilis var. cygnorum, Disculoides calophyllae on C...
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Novel species of fungi described in the present study include the following from Australia: Vermiculariopsiella eucalypti, Mulderomyces natalis (incl. Mulderomyces gen. nov.), Fusicladium paraamoenum, Neotrimmatostroma paraexcentricum, and Pseudophloeospora eucalyptorum on leaves of Eucalyptus spp., Anungitea grevilleae (on leaves of Grevillea sp.)...
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Novel species of fungi described in the present study include the following from Australia: Vermiculariopsiella eucalypti, Mulderomyces natalis (incl. Mulderomyces gen. nov.), Fusicladium paraamoenum, Neotrimmatostroma paraexcentricum, and Pseudophloeospora eucalyptorum on leaves of Eucalyptus spp., Anungitea grevilleae (on leaves of Grevillea sp.)...
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The new agaricoid species Inocybe aureocitrina, belonging to section Rimosae, is described and illustrated based on morphological and ecological characters. It is recognized by the pale citrine yellow when young to golden yellow or orange yellow pileus colour at maturity, habitat in evergreen oak calcareous forests and especially by the rather smal...
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Novel species of microfungi described in the present study include the following from South Africa: Cercosporella dolichandrae from Dolichandra unguiscati, Seiridium podocarpi from Podocarpus latifolius, Pseudocercospora parapseudarthriae from Pseudarthria hookeri, Neodevriesia coryneliae from Corynelia uberata on leaves of Afrocarpus falcatus, Ram...
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Simocybe parvispora is proposed as a new species. This sniall-spored fungus having orange-brown basidiomes was found growing on wood debris close to a Sphagnum bog in a Firms sylvestris forest in Central Spain. Simocybe iberica, previously described from the Iberian Peninsula, is also studied. After reexamination of the holotype and additional coll...
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Crepidotus eucalyptinus and Simocybe haustellaris were collected together from a Quercus ilex subsp. ballota forest in Central Spain (Guadalajara Province). Collections of both species are described and their taxonomically distinctive microscopic characters are illustrated. The superficial similarity between these two brown-spored taxa is discussed...
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This contribution deals with a preliminary taxonomic list of those basidiomycetes growing in inland dune ecosystems in Seville (Spain). A total of 104 species constitute this first series.
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The new species Gymnopilus arenophilus A. Ortega & Esteve-Rav. is described. It is characterized by its particular habitat in sandy, sometimes burned, soils of thermophilous Pinus forests. Macroscopically G. arenophilus resembles G. penetrans, from which it differs in the larger spores and the scarcely bitter taste. Microscopically G. arenophilus r...
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A new variety of Inocybe pusio, characterized by the presence of caulocystidia over a great length of the stipe (-2/3) is described. Drawings of microscopical characters of this taxon, as well as a microscopical study of the holotype of I. pusio are added for comparison. Observations about the variability of some macro and micromorphological charac...
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Psathyrella albofloccosa is described as a new taxon. The abundant material collected was found growing in manured turf, fruiting in large groups. The species is characterized by whitish to pale buff colours of the basidiomata, presence of white conic spines forming the universal veil, capitate cheilocystidia and narrowly elliptical basidiospores.
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A study of three species of Coprinus Pers. collected from Andalucía (Southern Spain) is made. Coprinus alcobae and C. phaeopunctatus, both belonging to subsection Alachuani , are described as new. Another rare species, C. subimpatiens M. Lange & A.H. Sm., belonging to subsection Setulosi, is recorded for the first time from the Iberian Peninsula. L...
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Entoloma alliodorum is described as a new species belonging to subgenus Claudopus. It is mainly characterized by its garlic smell, small size, whitish colours and pleurotoid-omphalioid habit. The new species was found in an Abies pinsapo forest in Andalusia (Spain), growing on mosses and rotten debris. Taxonomic comments on other species which shar...
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Three Gymnopus-taxa (Basidiomycetes, Tricholomataceae) were studied. One new species, G. pubipes, is described for a thermophilic fungus usually erroneously identified as G. benoistii. This study is based on studies of the original description of the latter species and recently collected material from Spain. A macroscopically different but microsco...
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In this paper, an analysis of the floristics and ecological data of micoflora from potencial distribution area of pinsapo woodlands (Abies pinsape Boiss.) in Spain are provided. 397 taxa were recorder: 9 mitosporic fungi, 35 Pyrenomycetes, 36 Discomycetes, 13 Heterobasidiomycetes, 86 Aphyllophorales s. lato, 199 Agaricales s. lato and 19 Gasteromyc...
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Hydropus paradoxus var. xerophyticus, characterized by its long cystidia, broad spores and habitat in xerophytic basic pastures with communities of Thymus-Lavandula spp. is described as a new taxon from Spain. In addition, a key to 22 taxa known from Europe is given.
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Bolbitius elegans spec. nov., a new species with gasteroid habit, is described and illustrated. Its taxonomic relationships with other taxa of Bolbitius and members of presumably related secotioid-gasteroid genera are discussed.
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Gymnopus castaneus, characterized by its reddish-brown colour and lack of hymenial cystidia, is described as new from Spain. In addition, the new combination Gymnopus brunnescens (Murrill) Villarreal, Heykoop & Esteve-Rav. is proposed.
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Mycena dunicola is described as a new species belonging to the new section Dunicolae. As a whole, this section shows characters such as the arcuate-decurrent lamellae, negative reaction of the lamellar trama in Melzer's reagent, strongly amyloid spores and presence of pileocysticia. The new species has been found growing on acid, sandy soils in coa...
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Seven rare or little known species of Pezizales were collected in Sierra Nevada (Granada) and others localities from Cordoba and Granada provinces. Cheilymenia campestris (P. Crouan & H. Crouan) J. Moravec and Tricharina striispora Rifai et al. are the most interesting. The type material of Tricharina striispora was studied. SEM photographs of the...
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 Cortinarius sarcoflammeus is proposed as a new species belonging to subgenus Dermocybe, on the basis of its morphological, chemical and ecological characters. The strong red-orange colour of the context and stipe base, large spores, sphagnicolous habitat and high dermorubin content are characteristic for the new species. Holotypes of C. huronensis...
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Based on abundant material collected in Sierra Nevada (Andalucia, Spain) and the study of type material, the authors conclude that Russula laccata Huijsman and R. norvegica Reid belong to the same species. Taxonomic comments about the variability of some characters are made. Microphotographs made under the S.E.M. of the spores of both taxa are give...
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After the revision of the holotype of Lepista rickenii Singer, we conclude that this is most probably contaxic with L. multiforme (Romell) Gulden. The new taxon L. panaeolus var. paxilloides is proposed and described, found in a mixed mediterranean Quercus ilex-Pinus pinea forest in Spain. This last probably represents, at least in part, some autho...
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A redescription is made of Omphalina meridionalis, a lichenized agaric with Botrydina thallus, recently described from Sardinia (Italy). Since lichenization in Omphalina is connected to a loss of clamps and of a pure tetrasporic state, several Spanish collections have been compared with the holotypus. The former is clampless and shows both bi- and...
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Entoloma griseocyaneum var. glyciosmus var. nov. and Mycena gladiocystis sp. nov. (sect. Insignes) are described and commented. Drawings of microcharacters are added.
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Glabrocyphella stercoraria, a new cyphellaceous fungus, is described on the basis of morphological and ecological features. It is characterized by grey-brown colours, lack of special hairs on the surface of the fruitbody, spore size, absence of clamps and coprophilous habitat. The holotypes of Glabrocyphella upplandensis, G. brunneocrystallina and...
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Inocybe inexpectata sp. nov., from Spain, is described and illustrated. It is characterized by its small size, brown-argillaceous tinges, strongly decurrent gills, absence of metuloid cystidia, cylindrical to suballantoid spores and a well-developed trichoderm.
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Entoloma exiguum sp. nov. is described. It belongs to subgenus Claudopus and is characterized by the tiny size, very reduced stipe, white colours of the fruit-bodies, tapering pileus hairs and spores with 6-8 angles. A discussion about some other close taxa is given, as well as drawings of micromorphological characters.
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Dermocybe cistoadelpha sp. nov. is described and discussed in relation to related species in the section Sanguineae. Macroscopical, microscopical, ecological and chemical characteristics permit a clear distinction of the new taxon from other taxa.
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A new record of Coprinus idae Uljé, this time collected from Spain, is briefly described, and some taxonomic and ecologic observations are made. Up to now, this species has been reported from the Netherlands, only twice from the type-locality.
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Research on the genus Inocybe (Fr.) Fr., in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic islands. 1. Species collected in the Tiétar Valley (Avila and Toledo, Central Spain). This paper represents a taxonomic contribution to the species of the genus Inocybe (Fr.) Fr. growing in the Tiétar Valley (provinces of Avila and Toledo). Descriptions, microscopical...
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In this work, a description of Galerina similis Kühner based on Iberian material and the reexamination of the holotype is provided. This is a new record for the Spanish mycota and the second register of this species.
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An emended description of Hebeloma cistophilum, a species which after revision of a large number of specimens turned out to be pleurocystidiate, is provided; besides, a neotype is proposed. Hebeloma cremeopallidum, formerly considered as a variety of H. vaccinum, is given specific status and the formal combination is proposed.
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This short note directs the attention towards a new section and its type species, and two new species of section Fragilipedes (Fr.) Quél. Hydropus flocculinus is transferred to the genus Mycena.
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Agaricus goossensiae var. pseudolutosus var. nov., Conocybe cylindracea, Coprinus megaspermus C. ovatus, C. vosoustii, Lepiota locquinii f. rioussetiae, Leucoagaricus macrorrhizus, Mycena chlorantha, M. olivaceomarginata and M. pseudopicta are reported from xerophytic grasslands in central Spain.
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Agrocybe pusilla, A. vervacti, Crinipellis tomentosa, Marasmius anomalus and Psilocybe calongei sp.nov. are reported from xerophytic grasslands in central Spain.

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... In many parts of the world a thorough investigation has only just begun, so, e.g., in Africa (Aignon et al. 2021) or China (Fan & Bau 2010, 2013, Fan et al. 2018. Furthermore, in the last five years, more than 200 new species of the genus have been described considering molecular data from all over the world (e.g., Vauras & Larsson 2016a, b, Crous et al. 2017, Matheny & Bougher 2017, Esteve-Raventós et al. 2016, Larsson et al. 2018a, b, Cripps et al. 2019b, b, c, 2020a, b, c, 2021a, b, c, Dovana et al. 2021, Mešić et al. 2021, Muñoz et al. 2022. ...
... Amb aquest treball es vol continuar completant el catàleg de la funga de les Illes Balears (SIQUIER & SALOM, 2013;LADO & SIQUIER, 2014). Aquests catàlegs de fongs i mixomicets recullen tots el tàxons d'aquests organismes citats per a les Balears des de 1814 fins el 2012, i des de la seva publicació, s'han anat completant amb treballs posteriors: MAHIQUES et al. (2018), MARTIN et al., (2016), MUÑOZ et al. (2015), SALOM & SIQUIER (2014, 2015a, 2015b, SALOM et al. (2015SALOM et al. ( , 2016SALOM et al. ( , 2019, SIQUIER & BELLANGER (2019), ) i SIQUIER et al. (2015, 2016a, 2018a, 2018b, 2019a, 2019b, 2019c. Aquesta nova contribució se centra en les illes d'Eivissa i Formentera, amb l'identificació de mostres que varen ser trobades durant la campanya de FCB de tardor de 2018 a les Pitiüses. ...
... (7) Hyaloscyphaceae Nannf. Aeruginoscyphus Dougoud (7) 170 (15 (1 Phialoseptomonium Crous & Carnegie Crous et al. (2019a) introduced the monotypic genus Phialoseptomonium within Nectriaceae to accommodate P. eucalypti collected from leaves of Eucalyptus grandis and E. camaldulensis (M. Erdoğdu). ...
... Sequence alignment and phylogenetic analyses: New sequences derived in this study were compared with closely related Inocybe sequences that were retrieved from GenBank (Benson et al. 2010 (Ryberg et al. 2008, Horak et al. 2015, Matheny & Bougher 2017, Latha & Manimohan 2017, Esteve-Raventós et al. 2018, Bandini et al. 2019, Cripps et al. 2019, Matheny et al. 2020. Sequences of the different regions (ITS, 28S and RPB2) were aligned separately using MAFFT v. 7.464 (Katoh et al. 2019), and a final concatenated data set of ITS, 28S and RPB2 was generated using Geneious v. 7.0.2 ...
... The large majority of records of C. eruciformis are from Europe (Belgium, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Czech Republic, Scotland), where the species seems to be scattered to rare in warmer regions and more common in northern areas (e.g. Pilát 1925;Bourdot & Galzin 1927;Laurila 1939;Cooke 1961;Reid 1964;Agerer 1973Agerer , 1983Ulvinen et al. 1989;Engel 1993;Krieglsteiner 1994;Parmasto 1999;Krieglsteiner 2001;Legon et al. 2005;Rubio et al. 2006;Knudsen 2012;Lehmann 2015Lehmann -2016Pancorbo et al. 2017). The distribution pattern of Calathella eruciformis in Poland is not known, as it was not recognised or found there in the past. ...
... The habitat in Ann Arbor town, far away from the sea shore and sand dunes, is not an obstacle for recognition of this species as sand from river or lakeshore caves is often used in making the foundation of urban green areas; moreover coarse soil, probably including grains of sand, was found attached to the stipe base. The spores of P. ammophila are usually described as larger by European mycologists, but Heykoop et al. (2017) report collections with smaller spores, similar in size to those of P. velatipes. Actually this species spores have a very wide range, both in dimension and in quotient: (7.5-)8.5-14 ...
... Redhead. Arrhenia acerosa (see for example: Ortega et al 1997, Coutinho 1932) and A. lobata (see for example: Ballarà 1996, Ortega et al 1997, Esteve-Raventós et al 1997, Barrio et al 1985) have been reported primarily from wet sites in the mountains of the Mediterranean region. Arrhenia auriscalpium , usually considered an arctic-alpine species (Høiland 1976Høiland , Gulden 1988a), has been reported from the Iberian Peninsula in the alpine belt of the Pyrenees (Andorra, Vila et al 1996 ) and from extraalpine areas of the Mediterranean region (Beira Baixa in Portugal, Redhead 1984 sub Cyphella cochlearis). ...
... However, physiological and other biological differentiation precede morphological differentiation during fungal evolution, and the observed morphological variations often depend on the growth substrate and temperature. In order to address this issue, DNA sequences of the internal transcription spacer (ITS) and the rRNA gene of the nuclear large subunit (LSU) were used to delimit and identify closely related Keratinophyton species and infer their phylogenetic relationships [2,3,6,7]. ...
... Adding molecular and extrolite data, Samson et al. (2009) revised the taxonomy and nomenclature of the accepted taxa and proposed Paecilomyces as a monophyletic genus within the order Eurotiales connected to its Byssochlamys teleomorph. Since this reclassification, only one new species, P. tabacinus, was added (Crous et al. 2016). Rossman et al. (2016) proposed the use of the name Paecilomyces over Byssochlamys, which was formally introduced by Houbraken et al. (2020). ...
... Apparently, this is the only "discomycetous" family in Eurotiomycetes [66]. Several taxa in this family also produce coelomycetous and/or hyphomycetous anamorphs [25,27,29]. Notes: Pyrgidium was previously assigned to Sphinctrinaceae, without molecular data, and the present molecular study supports this placement. ...