ON COLLECTIONS OF GARLIC ODOROUS MARASMIELLUS IGNOBILIS (BERK. & BR.) SINGER FROM INDONESIA
Keywords:Garlic odor, Marasmiellus ignobilis, Indonesia
AbstractAtik Retnowati. On Collections of Garlic Odorous Marasmiellus ignobilis (Berk. & Br.) Singer from Indonesia. Floribunda 4(2): 57–61. — Marasmiellus ignobilis (Berk. & Br.) Singer was collected from three sites in Indonesia, i.e Bogor Botanical Garden, Mount Halimun-Salak National Park and Pohen hill (Bedugul, Bali).This is the first report on the occurence of Marasmiellus with garlic odor in Indonesia
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