Mycosystema 4: 15-24, 1991
XEROMPHALINA BRUNNEOLA IN CHINA: MATING SYSTEM AND BIOLOGICAL SPECIES
RONALD H. PETERSEN
Department of Botany, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. 37996-1100, USA
Systematic Mycologh & Lichenology Laboratory, Institute of Microbiology, Academia Sinica, Beijing
ABSTRACT: Single-spore cultures of three specimens of Xeromphalina brunneola collected in the Chang Bai Shan Nature Preserve (Jilin Province) were established. Self-crosses showed a bifactorial mating system. Intercollection matings exhibited universal sexual intercompatibility. Macrochemical reactions indicated lack of both laccase and tyrop\sinase production. Systematic implications of this work are discussed.