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Title
Issue
Engel, H., in cooperation with Dr I. Krommer-Eisfelder & A. Wagner (2010)

Mythos Caesar‘s Mushroom III

Summary: Several finds of „Caesar’s Mushroom“ (Amanita caesarea) in the Bamberg district (Upper Franconia, Northern Bavaria) in 2007 are presented. A compilation of former records of the species suggest that they could well be the first records in Bavaria since several decades.

Mycol. Bav. 11: 65-67
Fellmann, B. (2010)

Byssonectria semiimmersa, a rare operculate Ascomycete at Munich Airport

Summary: The rarely reported operculate Ascomycete Byssonectria semiimmersa was found in tree-pots at Munich Airport (Germany, Bavaria). The author describes the species and reports earlier Bavarian records.

Mycol. Bav. 11: 43-48
Garnweidner E., P. Karasch & A. Kunze (2010):

Bemerkenswerte Neufunde aus der Gattung Phaeocollybia in Bayern.

Summary: Four species from the genus Phaeocollybia (Phaeocollybia arduennensis, Ph. festiva, Ph. jennyae und Ph. lugubris) are described in detail with photographs from an cultivated spruce-forest with unusual species richness near Starnberg, Upper-Bavaria. An additional description (Phaeocollybia christinae) illustrates a finding from a cultivated beech-forest at the border of a group of young norway spruce in the district of Augsburg, Swabia.

Mycol. Bav. 11: 15-28.

Geissler, H. (2010)

Fungi selecti Bavariae Nr. 11

Phallogaster saccatus Morgan – Stinkender Sackbovist, Beutelförmige Gallertnuss 

Mycol. Bav. 11: 14
Glaser, Th. (2010)

Squamanita odorata – a remarkable fungus “in the backyard”

Summary: Squamanita odorata is a rarely reported species which was found in the backyard of an apartment block at Töging / Bavaria. The collection is described and illustrated with in situ photographs and drawings of the microscopical features.

Mycol. Bav. 11: 29-35.
Hahn, Ch. & T. R. Lohmeyer (2010)

 

Observations in Amanita: gill attachment and color of spores

Summary: Gill attachment in Amanita is usually described as free, i. e. not reaching the top of the stem. However, this definition cannot be upheld, not even for central European species. Instead, there is a wide spectre of attachment forms, ranging from free to broadly adnate. Furthermore, the colour of the spore print of European species varies from white to yellowish, greenish or even pink.

Mycol. Bav. 11: 37-42.

 

Karasch, P. (2010)

Karl Friedrich Reinwald, *25. März 1929 – †15. Oktober 2009

Mycol. Bav. 11: 68
Kuhnt, A. (2010)

Nivicole Myxomyceten aus Deutschland (unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der bayerischen Alpen). Teil V.

Summary: In this fifth part of the series about nivicolous (or snow bank) myxomycetes (plasmodial slime moulds) in Germany, six species of the order Stemonitales are discussed: Comatricha lamentosa, C. nigra, C. nigricapillitium, C. pseudoalpina, C. sinuatocolumellata, Diacheopsis metallica and D. pauxilla. The species are described in detail both macroscopically and microscopically and illustrated with colour photographs. With the exception of Comatricha nigra, none of these species has been hitherto reported from Germany.

Mycol. Bav. 11: 49-64.
Theiss, M. (2010)

Fungi selecti Bavariae Nr. 12

Helvella silvicola (Beck ex Sacc.) Harmaja 1974 Ohrförmige Lorchel

Mycol. Bav. 11: 36