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Hymenogaster sublilacinus
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Basidiomycota
Class: Agaricomycetes
Order: Agaricales
Family: Hymenogastraceae
Vittad. (1831)
Type genus
Vittad. (1831)

Naucoria (Alnicola)
Wakefieldia p.p.

The Hymenogastraceae are a family of fungi in the order Agaricales with both agaric and false-truffle shaped fruitbodies.[2] Formerly, prior to molecular analyses, the family was restricted to the false-truffle genera. The mushroom genus Psilocybe in the Hymenogastraceae is now restricted to the hallucinogenic species while nonhallucinogenic former species are largely in the genus Deconica classified in the Strophariaceae.[2][3]

One of the two known species of Wakefieldia has been found recently to belong to this family but formal transfer cannot be made until the phylogeny of the type species of the genus is resolved.[4] Psathyloma, added to the family in 2016, was circumscribed to contain two agarics found in New Zealand.[5]

Genera and notable species[edit]

There are 22 living genera with about 1631 living species

Alnicola (12 species)

Deconica (44 species)

Dendrogaster (1 species)

Fulvidula (2 species)

Galera (4 species)

Galerina (307 species)

Galerula (4 species)

Gymnopilus (209 species)

Hebeloma (355 species)

Hymenogaster (79 species)

Hypholoma (44 species)

Naematoloma (13 species)

Naucoria (177 species)

Pachylepyrium (2 species)

Phaeogalera (2 species)

Psathyloma (2 species)

Psilocybe (310 species)

Rhizopogoniella (1 species)

Stropharia (59 species)

Stropholoma (1 species)

Velomycena (1 species)


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  4. ^ Kaounas V, Assyov B, Alvarado P (2011). "New data on hypogeous fungi from Greece with special reference to Wakefieldia macrospora (Hymenogastraceae, Agaricales) and Geopora clausa (Pyronemataceae, Pezizales)". Mycologia Balcanica. 8: 105–113.
  5. ^ Soop K, Dima B, Cooper JA, Szarkándi JG, Papp T, Vágvölgyi C, Nagy LG (7 January 2016). "Psathyloma, a new genus in Hymenogastraceae described from New Zealand" (PDF). Mycologia. 108 (2): 397–404. doi:10.3852/15-143. PMID 26742583.