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Champignons récoltés par J. Léonard dans le désert de Libye et au Lac Tchad (1968)
Bulletin du Jardin botanique National de Belgique / Bulletin van de Nationale Plantentuin van België
Vol. 66, No. 1/2 (Jul. 15, 1997), pp. 163-174
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3668145
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During two expeditions in 1968, to the Lake Chad and in the Libyan Desert, J. Léonard (BR) has collected an abundant material, essentially constituted by higher plants and containing a small number of fungi. These last specimens are here described. They belong to the following species: Podaxis pistillaris, Tulostoma caespitosum, Schizostoma laceratum s. lat. and Sporisorium modestum (Sydow) H. Scholz comb. nov. The specimen of S. laceratum presents some remarkable characters, a.o. very large size. Those species have not yet been recorded in the countries in which the here described specimens have been collected.
Bulletin du Jardin botanique National de Belgique / Bulletin van de Nationale Plantentuin van België © 1997 Botanic Garden Meise