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2 new species of mushroom on Iberian Peninsula described
Date:2/27/2013

genetically marked lines", underlined the researcher.

Knowing the species being picked

The species of the Hydnum genus are picked as they cannot be grown as a crop from natural ecosystems in large quantities and none of their species are poisonous, one of the reasons why efforts have not been made to differentiate them.

However, very little is known about their distribution, their ecology and whether those species being picked are in danger of extinction or, on the contrary, are very common.

"These kinds of studies enable looking at these aspects in depth and, moreover, having precise data that could be of interest from an applied perspective, given that it is necessary to know, for example, if one or few species produce determined secondary metabolites, or molecules of industrial interest", stated Mr Olariaga.

It is probable that mushroom pickers have eaten these two new species as Hydnum is phylogenetically related to Cantharellus and Clavulina, and all these have edible species. "It would be highly improbable that these two species described were not so", concluded the expert. Source: SINC


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