José Félix Mateo's scientific contributions

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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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MERINO, D., M.A. RIBES, T. ILLESCAS, J.F. MATEO, F. PANCORBO, S. TELLO, J.C. CAMPOS, G. SÁNCHEZ & J. CUESTA. (2015). Few species colected during XXIst Meeting of the European Confederation of Mediterranean Mycology, CEMM, organized by Botanical and Mycological Association from Jaen, November 2013, in Natural Park of Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las...
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In this second work 28 taxa (1 myxomycete, 6 ascomycetes and 21 basidiomycetes) are listed, described or discussed. Five of species mentioned are special interest, namely: Discinella boudieri, Entoloma llimonae, E. olivaceohebes, Laccaria trichodermophora and Mycena schildiana. Macro- and microphotographs are afforded
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This is the first of a series of contributions aimed to offer a best knowledge of the mycobiota observed in the dune ecosystems of the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Island.

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... 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 ectomycorrhizal features of Cistaceae are characterized by weak branching and low level of root colonization as well as by a Hartig net encompassing both epidermal and cortical cell layers (Tedersoo and Brundrett 2017), in contrast to the common ectomycorrhizal anatomy in angiosperms where Hartig net hyphae are restricted to the epidermis (Brundrett et al. 1990). It is noteworthy that existing data on ectomycorrhizal diversity in Mediterranean dunes originate almost exclusively from the central and western Mediterranean (Lantieri et al. 2009;Pancorbo et al. 2014;Leonardi et al. 2020), whereas only fragmentary/scarce information is available from the eastern part of the Basin (Polemis 2015). ...
... No es una especie que pueda considerarse frecuente. Observaciones: Con esta nueva colecta ampliamos el área de distribución de este taxón, que hasta la fecha se creía exclusivo de la costa onubense (PANCORBO & al., 2013;PANCORBO & al., 2014), a la provincia de Cádiz, donde aparece de manera muy localizada. Píleo de 0,5-1,7 mm de diám., convexo a plano-convexo, con mamelón central, acanalado radialmente, de color crema a crema-ocráceo con el centro más oscuro. ...
... Y ya en España, se han conocido algunas colecciones en abetales pirenaicos que muy probablemente correspondan con esta especie. Así, Campos et al. (2013) la citan como Tricholoma matsutake (S. Ito & S. Imai) Singer, en dos localizaciones de la provincia de Huesca: El Cornato, Valle de Pineta (Bielsa) y Lierde (Villanúa de Jaca). ...