List of Agaricales genera

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This is a list of genera in the Agaricales order of mushroom-forming fungi.

Genera[edit]

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Genus
Authority
Year Family Type species # of species Distribution
Aureofungus[N 1]
Hibbett & al.[1]
2003 Incertae sedis Aureofungus yaninguaensis
Hibbett & al.
1 extinct
Dominican amber
Brunneocorticium
Sheng H.Wu[2]
2007 Incertae sedis Brunneocorticium pyriforme
Sheng H.Wu
1 Taiwan
Cheilophlebium[N 2]
Opiz & Gintl[3]
1856 Incertae sedis Cheilophlebium villosum
Opiz
1 Germany
Cleistocybe
Ammirati & al.[4]
2007 Incertae sedis Cleistocybe vernalis
Ammirati & al.
2 Pacific Northwest
Cribrospora
Pacioni & P.Fantini[5]
2000
("1999")[N 3]
Incertae sedis Cribrospora tulostomoides
Pacioni & P.Fantini
1 Southern Europe
Disporotrichum[N 4]
Stalpers[6]
1984 Incertae sedis Sporotrichum dimorphosporum
(Arx) Stalpers
1 Netherlands
Mesophelliopsis[N 5]
Bat. & A.F.Vital[7]
1957 Incertae sedis Mesophelliopsis pernambucensis
Bat. & A.F.Vital
1 Brazil
Palaeoagaricites[N 1]
Poinar & H.R.Buckley[8]
2007 Incertae sedis Palaeoagaracites antiquus
Poinar & H.R.Buckley
1 Extinct
Burmese amber
Panaeolina[N 6]
Maire[9]
1933 Incertae sedis Panaeolina foenisecii
Maire
2
Panaeolus[N 6]
(Fr.) Quél.[10]
1872 Incertae sedis Panaeolus papilionaceus
(Bull.:Fr.) Quél.
15
Phlebophyllum[N 7]
R.Heim[11]
1969
("1968")
Incertae sedis Phlebophyllum vitellinum
R.Heim & Gilles
1 Gabon
Plicatura[N 8]
Peck[12]
1872 Incertae sedis Plicatura alni
Peck
1
Plicaturopsis[N 8]
D.A.Reid[13]
1964 Incertae sedis Plicaturopsis crispa
(Pers.:Fr.) D.A.Reid
2 Europe, New Zealand
Sedecula
Zeller[14]
1941 Incertae sedis Sedecula pulvinata
Zeller
1 United States
Setchelliogaster[N 9]
Pouzar[15]
1958 Incertae sedis Setchelliogaster tenuipes
(Setch.) Pouzar
5
Trichocybe
Vizzini[16]
2010 Incertae sedis Trichocybe puberula
(Kuyper) Vizzini
1 Northwestern Europe
Agaricaceae
Amanita
Pers.[17]
1797 Amanitaceae Amanita muscaria
(L.:Fr.) Lam.
c. 500 Worldwide
Catatrama[N 10]
Franco-Mol.[18]
1991 Amanitaceae Catatrama costaricensis
Franco-Mol.
1 Costa Rica, India
Limacella
Earle[19]
1909
("1906")
Amanitaceae Limacella delicata
(Fr.:Fr.) Earle
c. 20
Saproamanita
Redhead, Vizzini, Drehmel & Contu[20]
2016
Amanitaceae Saproamanita vittadinii
(Moretti) Redhead, Vizzini, Drehmel & Contu
c. 23 Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North & South America
Agrogaster
D.A.Reid[21]
1986 Bolbitiaceae Agrogaster coneae
D.A.Reid
1 New Zealand
Bolbitius
Fr.[22]
1838 Bolbitiaceae Bolbitius vitellinus[N 11]
(Pers.:Fr.) Fr.
c. 25
Conocybe
Fayod[23]
1889 Bolbitiaceae Conocybe tenera
(Schaeff.:Fr.) Fayod
c. 200
Cyphellopus[N 12]
Fayod[23]
1889 Bolbitiaceae Agaricus acetabulosus
Sowerby[N 13]
1 British Isles
Cyttarophyllopsis
R.Heim[24]
1968 Bolbitiaceae Cyttarophyllopsis cordispora
R.Heim
1 India
Galerella
Earle[19]
1909
("1906")
Bolbitiaceae Galerella coprinoides[N 14]
(Sacc.) Auct.
7
Galeropsis
Velen.[25]
1930 Bolbitiaceae Galeropsis desertorum
Velen.
16
Gymnoglossum
Massee[26]
1891 Bolbitiaceae Gymnoglossum stipitatum
Massee
1 Australia
Pholiotina[N 15]
Fayod[23]
1889 Bolbitiaceae Pholiotina blattaria
(Fr.:Fr.) Fayod
Worldwide
Ptychella
Roze & Boud.[27]
1879
("1876")
Bolbitiaceae Ptychella ochracea
Roze & Boud.
1 Europe
Rhodoarrhenia
Singer[28]
1964
("1963")
Bolbitiaceae Rhodoarrhenia pezizoidea
(Speg.) Singer
8
Tubariella
E.Horak & Hauskn.[29]
2002 Bolbitiaceae Tubariella rhizophora
E.Horak & Hauskn.
1 Papua New Guinea
Tubariopsis
R.Heim[30]
1931 Bolbitiaceae Tubariopsis torquipes
R.Heim
1 Madagascar
Tympanella
E.Horak[31]
1971 Bolbitiaceae Tympanella galanthina
(Cooke & Massee) E. Horak
1 New Zealand
Wielandomyces
Raithelh.[32]
1988 Bolbitiaceae Wielandomyces robustus
Raithelh.
1 Europe
Broomeia
Berk.[33]
1844 Broomeiaceae Broomeia congregata
Berk.
2 Africa, South America
Camarophyllopsis
Herink[34]
1958 Clavariaceae[N 16] Camarophyllopsis schulzeri
(Bres.) Herink
26
Clavaria
Vaill. ex L.:Fr.[35]
1753 Clavariaceae Clavaria fragilis
Holmsk.:Fr.
28
Clavulinopsis
Overeem[36]
1923 Clavariaceae Clavulinopsis sulcata
Overeem
33
Hyphodontiella
Å.Strid[37]
1975 Clavariaceae Hyphodontiella multiseptata
Å.Strid
2 Northern Europe
Mucronella[N 17]
Fr.[38]
1874 Clavariaceae Mucronella calva
(Alb. & Schwein.:Fr.) Fr.
8
Ramariopsis
Corner[39]
1950 Clavariaceae Ramariopsis kunzei
(Fr.:Fr.) Corner
44
Scytinopogon
Singer[40]
1945 Clavariaceae Scytinopogon pallescens
(Bres.) Singer
4 Europe
Anamika
K.A.Thomas & al.[41]
2002 Cortinariaceae Anamika indica
K.A.Thomas & al.
1 Asia
Cortinarius[N 18]
(Pers.) Gray[42]
1821 Cortinariaceae Cortinarius
(L.:Fr.) Gray
2000+ Worldwide
Descolea
Singer[43]
1950
("1951")
Cortinariaceae Descolea antartica
Singer
15
Descomyces[N 19]
Bougher & Castellano[44]
1993 Cortinariaceae Descomyces albus
(Berk.) Bougher & Castellano
5 Australasia
Hemistropharia
Jacobsson & E.Larss.[45]
2007 Cortinariaceae Hemistropharia albocrenulata
(Peck) Jacobsson & E.Larss.
1 United States
Mackintoshia
Pacioni & C.Sharp[46]
2000 Cortinariaceae Mackintoshia persica
Pacioni & C.Sharp
1 Zimbabwe
Nanstelocephala
Oberw. & R.H.Petersen[47]
1990 Cortinariaceae Nanstelocephala physalacrioides
Oberw. & R.H.Petersen
1 United States
Phaeocollybia
R.Heim[30]
1931 Cortinariaceae Phaeocollybia lugubris
(Fr.:Fr.) R.Heim
c. 50
Protoglossum
Massee[26]
1891 Cortinariaceae Protoglossum luteum
Massee
8
Pyrrhoglossum
Singer[48]
1944 Cortinariaceae Pyrrhoglossum pyrrhum
(Berk. & M.A.Curtis) Singer
11
Quadrispora
Bougher & Castellano[44]
1993 Cortinariaceae Quadrispora oblongispora
(G.W.Beaton & al.) Bougher & Castellano
3 Australia
Stephanopus
M.M.Moser & E.Horak[49]
1975 Cortinariaceae Stephanopus azureus
M.M.Moser & E.Horak
5 South America
Asterocyphella
W.B.Cooke[50]
1961 Cyphellaceae Asterocyphella floccosa
W.B.Cooke
3
Campanophyllum
Cifuentes & R.H.Petersen[51]
2003 Cyphellaceae Campanophyllum proboscideum
(Fr.) Cifuentes & R.H. Petersen
1
Catilla
Pat.[52]
1931 Cyphellaceae Catilla pandani
(Pat.) Pat.
1 Europe
Cheimonophyllum
Singer[53]
1955 Cyphellaceae Cheimonophyllum candidissimum
(Berk. & M.A.Curtis) Singer
3
Chondrostereum
Pouzar[54]
1959 Cyphellaceae Chondrostereum purpureum
(Pers.) Pouzar
4
Cunninghammyces
Stalpers[55]
1985 Cyphellaceae Cunninghammyces umbonatus
(G.Cunn.) Stalpers
2 New Zealand, Réunion
Cyphella
Fr.:Fr.[56]
1818 Cyphellaceae Cyphella digitalis
(Alb. & Schwein.) Fr.:Fr.
2
Gloeocorticium
Hjortstam & Ryvarden[57]
1986 Cyphellaceae Gloeocorticium cinerascens
Hjortstam & Ryvarden
1 Argentina
Gloeostereum
S.Ito & S.Imai[58]
1933 Cyphellaceae Gloeostereum incarnatum
S.Ito & S.Imai
1 Japan
Granulobasidium
Jülich[59]
1979 Cyphellaceae Granulobasidium vellereum
(Ellis & Cragin) Jülich
1 North America
Hyphoradulum
Pouzar[60]
1987 Cyphellaceae Hyphoradulum conspicuum
Pouzar
1 Europe
Incrustocalyptella
Agerer[61]
1983 Cyphellaceae Incrustocalyptella columbiana
Agerer
1 Circumpacific
Phaeoporotheleum[N 20]
W.B.Cooke[50]
1961 Cyphellaceae Phaeoporotheleum revivescens
(Berk. & M.A.Curtis) W.B.Cooke
2 Cuba, Argentina
Seticyphella
Agerer[62]
1983 Cyphellaceae Seticyphella tenuispora
Agerer
3 Europe
Sphaerobasidioscypha
Agerer[62]
1983 Cyphellaceae Sphaerobasidioscypha citrispora
Agerer
2 New Zealand, Venezuela
Thujacorticium
Ginns[63]
1988 Cyphellaceae Thujacorticium mirabile
Ginns
1 Canada
Clitopilus
(Fr. ex Rabenh.) P.Kumm.[64]
1871 Entolomataceae Clitopilus prunulus
(Scop.:Fr.) P.Kumm.
30
Entoloma
(Fr.) P.Kumm.[64]
1871 Entolomataceae Entoloma prunuloides
(Fr.:Fr.) Quél.
1000+ Worldwide
Rhodocybella
T.J.Baroni & R.H.Petersen[65]
1987 Entolomataceae Rhodocybella rhododendri
T.J.Baroni & R.H.Petersen
1 North America
Fistulina
Bull.:Fr.[66]
1791 Fistulinaceae Fistulina hepatica
(Schaeff.) With.:Fr.
6
Porodisculus[N 21]
Murrill[67]
1907 Fistulinaceae Porodisculus pendulus
(Schwein. ex Fr.:Fr.) Murrill
2 Asia, Americas
Pseudofistulina
O.Fidalgo & M.Fidalgo[68]
1963
("1962")
Fistulinaceae Pseudofistulina brasiliensis[N 22]
(O.Fidalgo & M.Fidalgo) O.Fidalgo & M.Fidalgo
1 Brazil
Gigasperma[N 23]
E.Horak[31]
1971 Gigaspermaceae Gigasperma cryptica
E.Horak
2 Australasia, North America
Hemigaster
Juel[69]
1895 Hemigasteraceae Hemigaster candidus
Juel
1 Sweden
Hydnangium
Wallr.[70]
1839 Hydnangiaceae Hydnangium carneum
Wallr.
Laccaria
Berk. & Broome[71]
1883 Hydnangiaceae Laccaria laccata
(Scop.:Fr.) Cooke
Maccagnia
Mattir.[72]
1922 Hydnangiaceae Maccagnia carnica
Mattir.
1 Africa
Acantholichen
P.M.Jørg.[73]
1998 Hygrophoraceae Acantholichen pannarioides
P.M.Jørg.
1 Central America, South America
Ampulloclitocybe
Redhead & al.[74]
2002 Hygrophoraceae Ampulloclitocybe clavipes
(Pers.:Fr.) Redhead
3
Arrhenia
Fr.[75]
1849 Hygrophoraceae Arrhenia auriscalpium
(Fr.) Fr.
25 (c.) widespread (temperate)
Camarophyllus
(Fr.) P.Kumm.[64]
1871 Hygrophoraceae '
Cantharocybe
H.E.Bigelow & A.H.Sm.[76]
1973 Hygrophoraceae Cantharocybe gruberi
(A.H.Sm.) H.E.Bigelow & A.H.Sm.
3
Chromosera
Redhead & al.[77]
1995 Hygrophoraceae Chromosera cyanophylla
(Fr.) Redhead & al.
1
Chrysomphalina
[78]
1982 Hygrophoraceae Chrysomphalina chrysophylla
(Fr.:Fr.) Clémençon
4 Europe
Eonema
Redhead, Lücking & Lawrey[79]
2009 Hygrophoraceae Eonema pyriforme
(M.P.Christ.) Redhead, Lücking & Lawrey
1
Gliophorus
Herink[34]
1958 Hygrophoraceae Gliophorus psittacinus
(Schaeff.:Fr.) Herink
Haasiella
Kotl. & Pouzar[80]
1966 Hygrophoraceae Haasiella splendidissima
Kotl. & Pouzar
2 Europe
Humidicutis
(Singer) Singer[81]
1959
("1958")
Hygrophoraceae Humidicutis marginata
(Peck) Singer
10
Hygrocybe
(Fr.) P.Kumm.[64]
1871 Hygrophoraceae Hygrocybe conica
(Schaeff.) P.Kumm.
c. 150
Hygrophorus
Fr.[82]
1836 Hygrophoraceae Hygrophorus eburneus
(Bull.:Fr.) Fr.
c. 100
Lichenomphalia
Redhead et al.[74]
2002 Hygrophoraceae Lichenomphalia hudsoniana
(H.S.Jenn.) Redhead
8
Pseudoarmillariella
(Singer) Singer[83]
1956 Hygrophoraceae Pseudoarmillariella ectypoides
(Peck) Singer
2 North America, Central America
Semiomphalina
Redhead[84]
1984 Hygrophoraceae Semiomphalina leptoglossoides
(Corner) Redhead
1 Papua New Guinea
Auritella
Matheny & Bougher
2006 Inocybaceae Auritella dolichocystis
Matheny, Trappe & Bougher ex Matheny & Bougher
7 Australia
Chromocyphella
De Toni & Levi
1888 Inocybaceae
5
Episphaeria
Donk
1962 Inocybaceae (?) Episphaeria fraxinicola
(Berk. & Broome) Donk
1 Europe
Flammulaster
Earle
1909 Inocybaceae Flammulaster carpophilus
(Fr.) Earle ex Vellinga
20
Inocybe
(Fr.) Fr.
1836 Inocybaceae Inocybe relicina
(Fr.) Quél.
c. 500 widespread
Phaeomarasmius
Scherff.
1897 Inocybaceae Phaeomarasmius excentricus
Scherff.
20
Phaeomyces
(G.Moreno & Esteve-Rav.) E.Horak
2005 Inocybaceae Phaeomyces ibericus
(G.Moreno & Esteve-Rav.) E.Horak
2 Europe
Phaeosolenia
Speg.
1902 Inocybaceae
8 South America
Tubaria
(W.G.Sm.) Gillet
1876 Inocybaceae Tubaria furfuracea
(Pers.) Gillet
c. 20
Tubariomyces
Esteve-Rav. & Matheny
2010 Inocybaceae Tubariomyces inexpectatus
(M. Villarreal, Esteve-Rav., Heykoop & E. Horak) Esteve-Rav. & Matheny
2 Southern Europe; northern Africa (?)
Limnoperdon
G.A.Escobar[85]
1976 Limnoperdaceae Limnoperdon incarnatum
G.A.Escobar
1 USA, Japan, South Africa, Europe
Asterophora
Ditmar:Fr.[86]
1809 Lyophyllaceae Asterophora lycoperdoides
(Bull.) Ditmar:Fr.
3
Blastosporella
T.J.Baroni & Franco-Mol.[87]
2007 Lyophyllaceae Blastosporella zonata
T.J.Baroni & Franco-Mol.
1 Colombia
Calocybe
Kühner ex Donk[88]
1962 Lyophyllaceae Calocybe gambosa
(Fr.:Fr.) Donk
c. 40
Hypsizygus
Singer[89]
1947 Lyophyllaceae Hypsizygus tessulatus
(Bull.) Singer
3
Lyophyllopsis
Sathe & J.T.Daniel[90]
1981
("1980")
Lyophyllaceae Lyophyllopsis keralensis
Sathe & J.T.Daniel
1 India
Lyophyllum
P.Karst.[91]
1881 Lyophyllaceae Lyophyllum leucophaeatum
(P.Karst.) P.Karst.
c. 40
Ossicaulis
Redhead & Ginns[92]
1985 Lyophyllaceae Ossicaulis lignatilis
(Pers.:Fr.) Redhead & Ginns
2
Tephrocybe
Donk[88]
1962 Lyophyllaceae Tephrocybe rancida
(Fr.:Fr.) Donk
c. 40
Termitomyces
R.Heim[93]
1942 Lyophyllaceae Termitomyces striatus
(Beeli) R.Heim
c. 30
Tricholomella
Zerova ex Kalamees[94]
1992 Lyophyllaceae Tricholomella constricta
(Fr.) Zerova ex Kalamees
1 Asia and Europe
Marasmiaceae
Decapitatus[N 24]
Redhead & Seifert[95]
2000 Mycenaceae Decapitatus flavidus
(Cooke) Redhead & Seifert
1
Favolaschia
(Pat.) Pat.[96]
1895 Mycenaceae Favolaschia gaillardii
(Pat.) Pat.
c. 50
Flabellimycena
Redhead[84]
1984 Mycenaceae Flabellimycena flava
(Singer) Redhead
1 South America
Hemimycena
Singer[97]
1938 Mycenaceae Hemimycena lactea
(Pers.:Fr.) Singer
c. 50
Mycena[N 25]
(Pers.) Roussel[98]
1806 Mycenaceae Mycena galericulata
(Scop.:Fr.) Gray
c. 500 Worldwide
Panellus
P.A.Karst.[99]
1879 Mycenaceae Panellus stipticus
(Bull.:Fr.) P.Karst.
c. 55
Protomycena[N 1]
Hibbett et al.[100]
1997 Mycenaceae Protomycena electra
Hibbett et al.
1 Extinct
Dominican amber
Resinomycena
Redhead & Singer[101]
1981 Mycenaceae Resinomycena rhododendri
(Peck) Redhead & Singer
8 North America
Roridomyces
Rexer[102][N 26]
1994 Mycenaceae Roridomyces roridus
(Fr.:Fr.) Rexer
7
Tectella
Earle[19]
1909
("1906")
Mycenaceae Tectella operculata
(Berk. & M.A.Curtis) Earle
3
Xeromphalina[N 27]
[103]
1934 Mycenaceae Xeromphalina campanella
(Batsch) Kühner & Maire
c. 30
Flagelloscypha
Donk[104]
1951
("1949")
Niaceae Flageloscypha minutissima
(Burt) Donk
c. 50
Halocyphina
Kohlm. & E. Kohlm.[105]
1965 Niaceae Halocyphina villosa
1 United States
Lachnella
Fr.[22]
6 Niaceae Lachnella alboviolascens
(Alb. & Schwein.:Fr.) Fr.
6
Merismodes
Earle[19]
1909
("1906")
Niaceae Merismodes fasciculata
(Schwein.) Earle
20
Nia
R.T. Moore & Meyers[106]
1961
("1959")
Niaceae Nia vibrissa
R.T. Moore & Meyers
3 Northern Hemisphere
Woldmaria
W.B.Cooke[50]
1962 Niaceae Woldmaria crocea[N 28]
(P.Karst.) W.B.Cooke
1 Europe, North America
Dictyocephalos
Underw.[107]
1901 Phelloriniaceae Dictyocephalos curvatus
Underw.
1
Phellorinia
Berk.[108]
1843 Phelloriniaceae Phellorinia inquinans
Berk.
1
Cribbea
A.H.Sm. & D.A.Reid[109]
1962 Physalacriaceae Cribbea gloriosa
(D.A.Reid) A.H.Sm. & D.A.Reid
4 Southern Hemisphere
Agaricochaete[110]
Eichelb.[111]
1906 Pleurotaceae Agaricochaete mirabilis
4 Africa, Asia
Antromycopsis[N 29]
Pat. & Trab.[112]
1897 Pleurotaceae Antromycopsis broussonetiae[N 30]
Pat. & Trab.
3
Hohenbuehelia[N 31]
Schulzer[113]
1866 Pleurotaceae Hohenbuehelia
(Bull.) Schulzer
c. 50
Nematoctonus[N 31]
Drechsler[114]
1941 Pleurotaceae Nematoctonus tylosporus
Drechsler
16
Pleurotus[N 29]
(Fr.) P.Kumm.[64]
1871 Pleurotaceae Pleuotus ostreatus
(Jacq.:Fr.) P.Kumm.
c. 20
Chamaeota
(W.G.Sm.) Earle[19]
1909 Pluteaceae Chamaeota xanthogramma
(Ces.) Earle
9
Pluteus
Fr.[82]
1836 Pluteaceae Pluteus cervinus
(Schaeff.) P.Kumm.
300+
Volvariella
Speg.[115]
1899 Pluteaceae Volvariella argentina
Speg.
c. 50
Volvopluteus
Vizzini & al.[116]
2011 Pluteaceae Volvopluteus gloiocephalus
(DC.) Vizzini & al.
4
Coprinellus[N 32]
P.Karst.[99]
1879 Psathyrellaceae Coprinellus deliquescens
(Bull.:Fr.) P.Karst.
100+
Coprinopsis
P.Karst.[91]
c. 200 Psathyrellaceae Coprinopsis friesii
(Quél.) P.Karst.
c. 200
Cystoagaricus
Singer[89]
1947 Psathyrellaceae Cystoagaricus strobilomyces
4 Subtropical Americas
Gasteroagaricoides
D.A.Reid[21]
1986 Psathyrellaceae Gasteroagaricoides ralstoniae
D.A.Reid
1 Australia
Lacrymaria
Pat.[117]
1887 Psathyrellaceae Lacrymaria lacrymabunda
(Bull.) Pat.
14
Palaeocybe
Dörfelt & Striebich[118]
2000 Psathyrellaceae Palaeocybe striata
Dörfelt & Striebich
1 Extinct, Germany
Parasola
Redhead et al.[119]
2001 Psathyrellaceae Parasola plicatilis
(Curtis) Redhead et al.
20
Macrometrula
Donk & Singer[120]
1948 Psathyrellaceae Macrometrula rubriceps
(Cooke & Massee) Donk & Singer
1 Found in a Kew Glass house
Original range unknown
Mythicomyces
Redhead & A.H.Sm.[121]
1986 Psathyrellaceae Mythicomyces corneipes
(Fr.) Redhead & A.H.Sm.
1
Psathyrella[N 33]
(Fr.) Quél.[10]
1872 Psathyrellaceae Psathyrella gracilis
(Fr.:Fr.) Quél.
c. 400
Actiniceps
Berk. & Broome[122]
1876
("1877")
Pterulaceae Actinicipes thwaitesii
Berk. & Broome
3
Adustomyces
Jülich[59]
1979 Pterulaceae Adustomyces lusitanicus
(Torrend) Jülich
1 Europe, Africa
Allantula
Corner[123]
1952 Pterulaceae Allantula diffusa
Corner
1 Brazil
Aphanobasidium
Jülich[59]
1979 Pterulaceae Aphanobasidium subnitens
(Bourdot & Galzin) Jülich
15
Chaetotyphula
Corner[39]
1950 Pterulaceae Chaetotyphula hyalina
(Jungh.) Corner
7 Tropics
Coronicium
J.Erikss. & Ryvarden[124]
1975 Pterulaceae Coronicium gemmiferum
(Bourdot & Galzin) J.Erikss. & Ryvarden
5
Merulicium
J.Erikss. & Ryvarden[125]
1976 Pterulaceae Merulicium fusisporum
(Romell) J.Erikss. & Ryvarden
1 Northern Europe
Parapterulicium
Corner[123]
1952 Pterulaceae Parapterulicium subarbusculum
Corner
3 Brazil
Phyllotopsis
E.-J.Gilbert & Donk ex Singer[126]
1936 Pterulaceae Phyllotopsis nidulans
(Pers.:Fr.) Singer
5
Pterula
Fr.:Fr.[127]
1832 Pterulaceae Pterula plumosa
(Schwein.) Fr.:Fr.
c. 50
Pterulicium
Corner[39]
1950 Pterulaceae Pterulicium xylogenum
(Berk. & Broome)
1 South-East Asia
Radulomyces
M.P.Christ.[128]
1960 Pterulaceae Radulomyces confluens
(Fr.:Fr.) M.P.Christ.
10
Auriculariopsis
Maire[129]
1902 Schizophyllaceae Auriculariopsis ampla
(Lév.) Maire
1
Schizophyllum
[130]
1815 Schizophyllaceae Schizophyllum commune
Fr.:Fr.
6 Worldwide
Tricholomataceae
Lutypha
Khurana et al.[131]
1977 Typhulaceae Lutypha sclerotiophila
Khurana et al.
1 India
Macrotyphula
R.H.Petersen[132]
1972 Typhulaceae Macrotyphula fistulosa
(Holmsk.:Fr.) R.H.Petersen
6
Pistillaria[N 34]
Fr.:Fr.[133]
1821 Typhulaceae Pistillaria micans
(Pers.) Fr.:Fr.
c. 50
Pistillina[N 34]
Quél.[134]
1880 Typhulaceae Pistillina hyalina
Quél.
4
Sclerotium[N 34][N 35]
Tode:Fr.[135]
1790 Typhulaceae Sclerotium complanatum
Tode:Fr.
Typhula[N 34][N 35]
(Pers.) Fr.:Fr.[56]
1818 Typhulaceae Typhula phacorrhiza
(Reichard) Fr.:Fr.
68

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References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c These are fossil fungi.
  2. ^ The validity of this poorly known genus is unclear (Kirk & al., 2008:135)
  3. ^ Conventional mean to indicate that the taxonomic date of publication for the purpose of priority is different from the date given by the work itself.
  4. ^ These are anamorph genera.
  5. ^ This genus may represent a species of Geastrum (Kirk & al., 2008:419)
  6. ^ a b It is not known whether these two genera fall within Inocybaceae or Psathyrellaceae.
  7. ^ This name is an illegitimate later homonym of Phlebophyllum Nees (1832; Pl. Asiat. Rar. 3:75), a synonym of Strobilanthes (Acanthaceae).
  8. ^ a b It is not entirely clear whether these two genera fall within Amylocorticiales or Agaricales.
  9. ^ Belongs to either the Bolbitiaceae or the Cortinariaceae
  10. ^ Studies (Moncalvo & al., Mol. Phylogen. Evol., 23(3):357-400, 2002) have shown that the species falls within Limacella, but this has not been reflected in nomenclature or the Amanitaceae literature.
  11. ^ Treated as Bolbitius titubans (Bull.:Fr.) Fr.
  12. ^ The name is of dubious validity according to Kirk & Al. (2008:188)
  13. ^ Fayod did not properly transfer any species to his proposed genus, and it not clear if any subsequent author did so. Sowerby's species would be the type according to Singer & Smith (Mycologia, 38(3):286, 1946).
  14. ^ The correct name for the species in Galerella is Galerella plicatella (Peck) Singer.
  15. ^ The genus is often treated under Conocybe.
  16. ^ Although they seem to count it in Clavariaceae, Kirk & al. (2008:113) still list it as a tentative member of the Hygrophoraceae.
  17. ^ A replacement for his earlier Mucronia (Summa Veg. Scand. 2:329, 1849) homonymic with Bentham's Mucronea (Trans. Linn. Soc. London 17:405, 1836; Polygoncaeae).
  18. ^ Originally published as Cortinaria, the masculine spelling was later conserved.
  19. ^ The original publication explained in detail how they believed Klotzsch's Hymenangium (Fl. Regni Boruss. 6:no. 382, 1839) was not a synonym because its type was H. virens (a species of Tuber) not H. album, but Kirk & al. (2008:201) and MycoBank disagree with this view.
  20. ^ According to MycoBank (MB18234 ), the combination is invalid.
  21. ^ Murril originally (Bull. Torrey Bot. Club, 30(8):432, 1903) coined Porodiscus, to replace Fries' Enslinia (Fl. Scan.:347, 1835) which was too similar to Rafinesque's Enslenia (Fl. Ludov.:35, 1817; Acanthaceae), but this new name itself had to be replaced as a homonym of Porodiscus Grev. (Trans. Roy. Microscop. Soc. London, 11(3):63; Coscinodiscaceae), a genus of fossil diatoms.
  22. ^ The species' currently agreed correct name is Pseudofistulina radicata (Schwein.) Burds.
  23. ^ The two species of this genus are known not to be closely related, but a new genera or combination has yet to be published for Gigasperma americanum.
  24. ^ The genus' lone species is the anamorph of Mycena citricolor.
  25. ^ Mycena is "largely polyphyletic" (Kirk & al., 2008:446), but a new classification has yet to be proposed.
  26. ^ An example of the somewhat uncommon case where a name is published in a dissertation or thesis. This particular case is explicitly acknowledged by the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature.
  27. ^ First published as Xeromphalia.
  28. ^ Now treated as Woldmaria filicina.
  29. ^ a b Antromycopsis species are anamorphs of Pleurotus.
  30. ^ The correct name for this species is Antromycopsis macrocarpa (Ellis & Everh.) Stalpers & al.
  31. ^ a b Nematoctonus species are anamorphs of Hohenbuehelia.
  32. ^ Including its anamorphs in Hormographiella.
  33. ^ The delimitation of genera and species in Psathyrellaceae is difficult and recent studies (Padamsee et al., 2008, Mol. Phylogen. Evol., 46(2):415-429; Vašutová et al., 2008, Mycol. Res., 112(10):1153-1164) have demonstrated that taxonomic concepts need to be redefined, with Psathyrella in particular being markedly paraphyletic.
  34. ^ a b c d Many modern authors treat Pistillaria, Pistillina and the anamorphic Sclerotium as synonyms of Typhula. This list follows Kirk et al. (2008), which list all three as valid genera.
  35. ^ a b Sclerotium are anamorphic forms of Typhula.

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