M.Weiss, Selosse, Rexer, A.Urb & Oberw. (2004)
K.Wells & Oberw. (1982)
The Sebacinales are an order of fungi in the class Agaricomycetes. Taxa have a widespread distribution and are mostly terrestrial, many forming mycorrhizas with a wide variety of plants, including orchids. The order is monotypic, containing a single family, the Sebacinaceae. There are 8 genera and 29 species in the family.
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