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People involved in the study of Russulales:
Arpalice Alpago Novello
Arpalice Alpago Novello ('Licia' for her friends) has been part of the Scientific Committee of the Bresadola Mycological Association (AMB) for many years, and is well known in Italy and Europe for her enthusiasm in joining and supporting mycological meetings. Over the years she has developed a particular interest for the genus Russula, which was increased by Mauro Sarnari's frequent visits to her summer house near Belluno (where he found many interesting taxa, including on, Russula arpalices, which was named after her).
She has recently published several articles, often in cooperation with other mycologists, focusing on the most remarkable species collected in her area.
Recent publications dealing with Russulales
Alpago Novello, A., Michelin, L. & Moron, A. (2005, publ. 2008) – Una specie poco nota: Russula pseudoromellii. Boll. Gruppo Micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 48 (2): 23-29.
Alpago Novello, A. (2004, publ. 2005) – Note su due raccolte atipiche di Russula sardonia e Russula cavipes. Rivista Micol. 47 (4): 325-330.
[Description and photographs of Russula sardonia, R. sardonia f. leucopus, R. cavipes (typical and albino specimens).]
Moron, A., Alpago Novello, A. & Michelin, L. (2003, publ. 2005) – Considerazioni su alcune specie di Tenellae. Boll. Gruppo Micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 46 (3): 33-56.
[Description, line drawings and photographs of R. versicolor, R. terenopus, R. versatilis, R. puellula, R. rhodella, R. cf. arpalices, R. font-queri.]
Alpago Novello, A. (2003, publ. 2005) – Alcune Russule di latifoglia in Val Belluna. Boll. Gruppo Micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 46 (3): 23-32.
[Brief descriptions and illustrations of Russula faustiana, R. anatina var. subvesca, R. farinipes, R. fragrantissima, R. raoultii, R. innocua, R. rubra, R. minutula, R. aurea var. axantha, R. lilacea, R. roseoaurantia, R. cremeoavellanea.]
Alpago Novello, A. (2001, publ. 2002) – Lactarius lignyotus var. canadensis viene segnalato in Francia. Rivista Micol. 44 (4): 353-355.
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