Name: Cantharellus cinnabarinus
Author: (Schwein.) Schwein.
Citation: Trans. Am. Phil. Soc., Ser. 2. 4(2): 153 (1832)
Buyck et al. 2011:
“A holotype was never designated and no original material was found in Schweinitz’s herbarium according to Lloyd (1913).” Buyck et al. designated neotype material from The Great Smokey Mountains National Park in Blount County, Tennessee, USA. Neotypus: Buyck 04-263 located in herbario PC conservatur.
Buyck, B. Cruaud, C. Couloux, A. Hofstetter, V. 2011. Cantharellus texensis sp. nov. from Texas, a southern lookalike of C. cinnabarinus revealed by tef-1 sequence data. Mycologia. 103(5): 1037-1046. DOI: 10.3852/10-261
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