A sporocarpic species of Glomeromycotina, Glomus radiatum new to Japan

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Yamamoto K, Takashima Y, Suyama M, Masaki T,Degawa Y (2019) Truffology 2(1):6–9
Submitted: 14 December 2018
Accepted: 23 February 2019
Published: 28 March 2019

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Glomus radiatum, a large sporocarp-forming species of Glomeromycotina, was collected from Gunma Prefecture. Over all the characteristics of sporocarp and spore are identical to description of the North American specimens including holotype. This is the first record of G. radiatum from Asia.


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