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Blaschke, M. (2005)

Bovistella radicata (Durieu & Mont.) Pat. a Bavarian record in the "year of drought", 2003.

Summary: Bovistella radicata was collected in the Bavarian nature forest reserve “Eichhall” (Spessart). The characters and the ecology of this species is summarized using literature data and a description of the
collected specimen is presented. The habitat of the collection site is decribed in detail.

Mycol. Bav. 7: 21-26
Bresinsky, A. (2005)

Stropharia percevalii, a Stropharia, a Hypholoma or a Psilocybe? - Expansion of an ephemeromycete in Bavaria.

Summary: By occasion of the third record of Stropharia percevalii in Bavaria the systematic position, the ecology and the expected expansion of the species are discussed.

Mycol. Bav. 7: 43-52
Hahn, C. & C. Bässler (2005)

Macrofungi as indicator species concerning climatic change 1:
Hapalopilus nidulans
– an example for a species avoiding cold habitats in Bavaria.

Summary: The ecology, phenology and distribution of Hapalopilus nidulans in Bavaria are described in detail. The data were mainly taken from the data base of the German Mycological Society.

Mycol. Bav. 7: 53-60
Künkele U., T.R. Lohmeyer & H.O. Baral (2005)

Stamnaria americana, an in riverside forests presumably common, but in Germany hitherto overlooked parasite on Equisetum hyemale

Summary: The parasitic discomycete Stamnaria americana was discovered on living stems of Equisetum hyemale in riverside forests in south eastern Bavaria and adjacent parts of Upper Austria. The authors describe the fungus and discuss its ecology and distribution.

Mycol. Bav. 7: 3-20
Zitzmann, H. (2005)

The fungi of the Oberpfälzer Wald: The genus Tricholoma

Summary: 27 Taxa of the genus Tricholoma are mentioned, collected in the „Oberpfälzer Wald“ until now. 24 of them are regarded as sure, three as doubtful. Distribution and ecology are presented and features are discussed to distinguish similar taxa from one another.

Mycol. Bav. 7: 27-42