|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2013|
|Authors:||J. Holec, Landa, J., Kříž, M., Daneš, P.|
|Type of Article:||© 2013 czech mycology. http://www.czechmycology.org/|
|Keywords:||biodiversity, biology, Fungi, Lichenes, nomenclature, physiology, phytopathology, taxonomy|
Czech Mycology, established in 1947 as Česká Mykologie, is the most important peer-reviewed mycological journal in the Czech Republic (formerly Czechoslovakia). It contains papers on all aspects of mycology. Its international character is stressed by full publication in English since Vol. 47. Numerous new taxa, nomenclatural novelties and type studies have been described in it. Geographically, the journal mostly covers the area of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, however, fungal collections from almost all parts of Europe are included and often also material from other continents, especially Asia, North America and Africa. The cumulative index of Volumes 1–64 contains 3,353 generic names and 22,701 specific names (including infraspecific taxa). Altogether it contains 108,378 records, i.e. occurrences of names on specific pages of particular volumes. Pages containing detailed information on a certain species are underlined to highlight them.
Index to fungal genera and species published in Czech Mycology, formerly Česká Mykologie, Volumes 1–64