Translated from the Provinciale Zeeuwse Courant daily in the Netherlands:
Monday 26 November 2007 – DISHOEK – After about three weeks of research in forests and dunes, in order to get to know which fungi species occur in Zealand, Het Zeeuwse Landschap has concluded: 680 different species were counted, including ninety which had never been found before in Zealand.
In the Duinbos near Dishoek, the hearts of the fungi researchers started to beat faster when they found Pseudobaeospora albidula, a fungus which had never been seen in the rest of the Netherlands, and only three times worldwide.
On the dike between the Grevelingenmeer and the Krammer-Volkerak, they found a new highlight: a species, new to science. Mycologist Eef Arnolds was happy to find out that so far, just one specimen had been found, which had just a provisional name.
The new fungus has been named Dermoloma inodora, which means non-smelling dermoloma. Other dermoloma toadstools typically smell strongly.