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Abstract

Naturally grown fruit-bodies of and were subjected to Py-GC. The pyrograms obtained were statistically analysed and classified with a multivariate classification program (SIMCA). The class describing the pyrograms was significantly separated from both the and the classes, while these two classes showed some over-lapping which was due to variation between different fruit-bodies within each species. The taxonomic significance of the statistical distances between the classes representing the species is uncertain.

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