A família Agaricaceae Fr. (Agaricales, Basidiomycota) em áreas de Mata Atlântica na região metropolitana de Recife - Pernambuco, Brasil

by Wartchow, Felipe

Abstract (Summary)
A taxonomic study of Agaricaceae sensu Singer (Agaricales, Basidiomycota) was made in two forests of the Metropolitan Region of Recife, in the State of Pernambuco, Brazil: ?Matade Dois Irmãos?, in Recife Municipally, and ?Complexo do Gurjaú? in Cabo de Santo Agostinho. Was realized 12 collections (six in each area), and analyzes of the specimensfollowed the usual methodology in the taxonomi of agaric fungi. The basidiospore?s ornamentation of some species was observed in Sacnning Electronic Micrograph (SEM). Similarity was calculated using Similarity Index of Sørensen (S). Was reported 22 species: Agaricus parasilvaticus Heinem., A. purpurellus (F.H. Møller) F.H. Møller, A. rufoaurantiacus Heinem., Catatrama costaricensis Franco-Mol., Lepiota elaiophylla Vellinga amp; Huijser, L. erythrosticta (Berk. amp; Broome) Sacc., L. nigropunctata Dennis, L. subcristataMurrill, L. subincarnata J.E. Lange, Lepiota sp.1, Lepiota sp.2, Leucoagaricus melanotrichus (Malençon amp; Bertault) Trimbach, L. rubrotinctus (Peck) Singer, L. sulphurellus (Pegler) B.P.Akers, Leucocoprinus cepaestipes (Sowerby ex Fr.) Pat., L. fragilissimus (Ravenel) Pat., L. cf. nigricans Jezek, L. noctiphillus (Ellis) Heinem., Leucocoprinus sp., Micropsalliotabrunneosperma (Singer) Pegler, Ripartitella alba Halling amp; Franco-Mol. e R. brasiliensis (Speg.) Singer. Catatrama costaricensis, Lepiota elaiophylla, L. subincarnata, Micropsalliota brunneosperma and Ripartitella alba are new records from Brazil, and Lepiota sp.1, Lepiota sp.2 and Leucocoprinus sp. are probable new species to science. The similarity between the species of these areas is 16,6%, with Lepiota sp.1 and Leucoagaricus suphurellus
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Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Maria Auxiliadora de Queiroz Cavalacanti

School:Universidade Federal de Pernambuco

School Location:Brazil

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:Agaricales Basidiomycota


Date of Publication:02/25/2005

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