TITLE

LAS ESPECIES DEL GENERO PSILOCYBE (FUNGI, BASIDIOMYCOTINA, AGARICALES) CONOCIDAS DE VERACRUZ (MEXICO)

AUTHOR(S)
Guzman, Gaston; Ramirez-Guillen, Florencia; Tapia, Fidel; Navarro, Pilar
PUB. DATE
December 1999
SOURCE
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1999, Issue 49, p35
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A check-list of 30 taxa of Psilocybe reported for the State of Veracruz (Mexico) since 1959 to 1995 is commented. These fungi represent 51% of the total number of species of this genus known from Mexico. Psilocybe alpina, P. isabelae and P. zoncuantlensis are described as new, belonging to sections Psilocybe, Cordisporae and Pratensae, respectively. Psilocybe bulbosa is recorded for the first time from Mexico. Psilocybe barrerae is redescribed, based on a new collection from Veracruz. The neurotropic species of Psilocybe known until now in Veracruz are 25, representing 46% of the total number reported from Mexico. In summary, at present 34 species of Psilocybe are known from Veracruz.
ACCESSION #
20220785

 

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