Thi Ha Giang Pham's scientific contributions

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Three new species of Entoloma subgenus Cyanula (Entoloma argus, E. arion, and E. icarus) from Kon Chu Rang Nature Reserve and one species of subgenus Claudopus (E. daphnis) from Cat Tien National Park were discovered during an investigation of the diversity of the mycobiota of Central and South Vietnam and are described here. Illustrated descriptio...
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In this 8th contribution to the Fungal Systematics and Evolution series published by Sydowia, the authors formally describe 11 species: Cortinarius caryae, C. flavolilacinus, C. lilaceolamellatus, C. malodorus, C. olivaceolamellatus, C. quercophilus, C. violaceoflavescens, C. viridicarneus, Entoloma meridionale (Agaricales), Hortiboletus rupicapreu...
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The article continues the series of publications devoted to the boletoid fungi of Vietnam. It summarizes the results of the observation of their diversity in three nature protected areas of the Central Highlands (Tây Nguyên) – Kon Ka Kinh National Park, Kon Chu Rang (Kon Chư Răng) Nature Reserve and Kon Plong Protected Forest, where middle-mountain...
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Data on the diversity of boletoid fungi of the Bidoup – Nui Ba National Park are presented here and analyzed. An annotated list of 13 species are published for the first time for the National Park and 8 for the first time for Vietnam (Porphyrellus nigropurpureus, Phylloporus pachycystidiatus, Ph. rubiginosus, Pulveroboletus brunneopunctatus, Strobi...

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... tasmanicum complex. The Connersia-Pleuroascus-Phaeohelotium clade is sister to a clade with Hymenoscyphus isolates belonging the "Hymenoscyphus" 1 clade sensu Lebeuf et al. (2021: fig. 22), although with low support (BS = 69 %). ...
... Only 2 % of the nature reserve is covered by secondary vegetation, mainly scrub with scattered trees. The first data on the mycobiota of Kon Chu Rang Nature Reserve were published only recently, including those on Entoloma from other subgenera, and from the Boletaceae (Morozova et al. 2018;Crous et al. 2021a, b;Pham et al. 2021). ...
... Basidia were measured without sterigmata, and the spores without hilum. Spore length to width ratios are reported as Q (Pham et al. 2020(Pham et al. , 2021. Specimens are kept in LE (sensu Thiers continuously updated). ...