LEPIOTA VIRIDITINCTA (BERK. & BROOME) SACC.: A SPECIES FROM BALI WITH GREY-GREEN COLOUR CHANGING WHEN DRIED
Keywords:Lepiota, colour changing, Bali.
AbstractLepiota viriditincta (Berk. & Broome) Sacc., a species which turns grey-green when dried, was collected from Bali. Description, images, and line drawing are provided for this newly recorded mycobiota from Indonesia.
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