Geastraceae is considered the second most representative family of gasteroid fungi in Brazil, with an estimated 50 recorded species, Geastrum being the most diverse genus in the country (Trierveiler-Pereira & Baseia, 2009; Leite et al.
Thus, the aim of this study was to broaden the knowledge about the richness and distribution of Geastraceae species in Brazil.
Key to the Geastraceae species from Ceara, Paraiba and Rio Grande do Norte states
Arizona members of the Geastraceae & Lycoperdaceae (Basidiomycota, Fungi).
a new species of Geastraceae identified by morphological and molecular phylogenetic data.
European earthstars in Geastraceae (Geastrales, Phallomycetidae) - a systematic approach using morphology and molecular sequence data.
Novos registros de Geastraceae Corda para o Nordeste Brasileiro.
First records of Geastraceae & Nidulariaceae (Basidiomycota, Fungi) from Bahia, Northeastern Brazil.