List of Marasmiaceae genera

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The Marasmiaceae are a family of fungi in the Agaricales order. It includes over 50 genera and some 1590 species.[1]

Genera[edit]

Genus Year Type species # of species Distribution
Amyloflagellula
Singer[2]
1908 Amyloflagellula pulchra
(Berk. & Broome) Singer
4 Asia, Neotropics
Anastrophella
E.Horak & Desjardin[3]
1994 Anastrophella subpeltata
(Redhead) E.Horak & Desjardin
3 New Zealand, Japan, Hawaii
Anthracophyllum
Ces.[4]
1879 Anthracophyllum beccarianum
Ces.
10 Tropical Asia and America
Aphyllotus
Singer[5]
1974
("1973")[N 1]
Aphyllotus campanelliformis
Singer
1 Colombia
Baeospora
Singer[6]
1938 Baeospora myosura
(Fr.:Fr.) Singer
10 Worldwide
Calathella[N 2]
D.A.Reid[7]
1964 Calathella eruciformis
(P.Micheli ex Batsch) D.A.Reid
9 Europe, North America
Calyptella
Quél.[8]
1886 Calyptella capula
(Holmsk.) Quél.
20 Cosmopolitan
Campanella
Henn.[9]
1895 Campanella buettneri
Henn.
~40 Cosmopolitan, but mostly tropical
Caripia
Kuntze[10]
1898 Caripia montagnei
(Berk.) Kuntze
1 Neotropical
Cephaloscypha
Agerer[11]
1975

("1974")

Cephaloscypha morlichensis
(W.B.Cooke) Agerer
1 Worldwide
Chaetocalathus
Singer[12]
1943 Chaetocalathus craterellus
(Durieu & Lév.) Singer
~20 Mostly subtropical
Clitocybula
(Singer) Singer ex Métrod[13]
1952 Clitocybula lacerata
(Scopoli) Singer ex Métrod
~15 Cosmopolitan in temperate areas
Connopus
R.H.Petersen[14]
2010 Connopus acervatus
(Fr.:Fr.) R.H.Petersen
1 Europe, North America
Crinipellis
Pat.[15]
1889 Crinipellis stipitaria[N 3]
(Fr.:Fr.) Pat.
~75 Worldwide, mostly tropical
Cymatella
Pat.[16]
1899 Cymatella minima
Pat.
4 Antilles
Cymatellopsis
Parmasto[17]
1985
("1984")
Cymatellopsis ilmiana
1 Africa
Deigloria
Agerer[18]
1980 Deigloria pulchella
Agerer
10 Neotropical
Epicnaphus
Singer[19]
1960 Epicnaphus phalaropus
Singer
3 South America
Fissolimbus
E.Horak[20]
1979 Fissolimbus fallaciosus
E.Horak
1 Papua New Guinea
Gerronema
Singer[21]
1951 Gerronema melanomphax
13 Cosmopolitan, but mostly subtropical
Glabrocyphella
W.B.Cooke[22]
1961 Glabrocyphella palmarum
(Berk. & M.A.Curtis) W.B.Cooke
13 Cosmopolitan
Gymnopus[N 4]
(Pers.) Roussel[23]
1806 Gymnopus fusipes
(Bull.) Gray
~300 Cosmopolitan
Henningsomyces[N 5]
Kuntze[10]
1898 Henningsomyces candidus
(Per.:Fr.) Kuntze
~20 Cosmopolitan
Hispidocalyptella
E.Horak & Desjardin[3]
1994 Hispidocalyptella australis
E.Horak & Desjardin
1 Australia
Hydropus
Singer[24]
1948 Hydropus fuliginarius
(Batsch) Singer
~100 Mostly tropical
Hymenogloea
Pat.[25]
1900 Hymenogloea riofrioi
(Pat.) Pat.
1 Tropical Americas
Lactocollybia
Singer[26]
1939
("1938")
Lactocollybia lacrimosa
(R.Heim) Singer
17 Primarily tropical
Lecanocybe
Desjardin & E.Horak[27]
1999 Lecanocybe lateralis
Desjardin & E.Horak
1 Java, Hawaii
Lentinula
Earle[28]
1909
("1906")
Lentinula cubensis[N 6]
(Berk. & M.A.Curtis) Earle
3/5[N 7] East Asia, North and Central America
Macrocystidia
Joss.[29]
1934
("1933")
Macrocysitidia cucumis
(Pers.:Fr.) Joss.
5 Worldwide
Manuripia
Singer[19]
1960 Manuripia bifida
Singer
1 Bolivia
Marasmiellus
Murrill[30]
1915 Marasmiellus juniperinus
Murrill
~250 Cosmopolitan
Marasmius
Fr.[31]
1836
("1835")
Marasmius rotula
(Scop.:Fr.) Fr.
~500 Worldwide
Megacollybia
Kotl.[32]
1972 Megacollybia platyphylla
(Pers.:Fr.) Kotl. & Pouzar
8+ Europe, Eastern North America
Metulocyphella
Agerer[33]
1983 Metulocyphella lanceolata
Agerer
2 South America
Moniliophthora
H.C.Evans & al.[34]
1978 Moniliophthora roreri
(Cif.) H.C.Evans & al.
~10 Tropical
Mycetinis
Earle[28]
1909 Mycetinis alliaceus
(Jacq.:Fr.) Earle
≥8[35] Worldwide
Neocampanella
Nakasone et al.[36]
2009 Neocampanella blastanos
(Boidin & Gilles) Nakasone et al.
1 Réunion, Puerto Rico, Central African Republic
Neonothopanus
R.H.Petersen & Krisai[37]
1999 Neonothopanus nambi
(Speg.) R.H.Petersen & Krisai
1 South America
Nochascypha
Agerer[38]
1983 Nochascypha filicina
(P.Karst.) Agerer
6 South America
Nothopanus
Singer[39]
1944 Nothopanus eugrammus
(Mont.) Singer
2 Worldwide, mostly tropical
Omphalotus
Fayod[40]
1889 Omphalotus olearius
(DC.:Fr.) Singer
5 Cosmopolitan
Palaeocephala[N 8]
Singer[41]
1962
("1961")
Phaeodepas dennisii
(Dennis & D.A.Reid) Singer
1 Sierra Leone
Phaeodepas
D.A.Reid[42]
1961 Phaeodepas dennisii
D.A.Reid
2 Venezuela
Pleurocybella
Singer[43]
1947 Pleurocybella porrigens
(Pers.:Fr.) Singer
1 Worldwide, northern temperate
Pseudotyphula
Corner[44]
1953 Pseudotyphula ochracea
Corner
1 North America
Rectipilus
Agerer[45]
1973 Rectipilus fascinculatus
(Pers.:Fr.) Agerer
9 Cosmopolitan
Rhodocollybia
Singer[26]
1939
("1938")
Rhodocollybia maculata
(Alb. & Schwein.:Fr.) Singer
~30 Americas, Europe
Skepperiella
Pilát[46]
1927 Skepperiella spathularia
(Berk. & M.A.Curtis) Pilát
4 Cosmopolitan
Stipitocyphella[N 9]
G.Kost[47]
1998 Stipitocyphella kenyensis
G. Kost
1 East Africa
Stromatocyphella
W.B.Cooke[22]
1961 Stromatocyphella conglobata
(Burt) W.B.Cooke
3 North America
Tetrapyrgos[N 10]
E.Horak[48]
1987 Tetrapyrgos atrocyanea
(Métrod) E.Horak
16 Worldwide, mostly tropical
Trogia
Fr.[31]
1836 Trogia aplorutis
(Mont.) Fr.
~20 Widespread, mostly tropical

Notes and references[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ 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.
  2. ^ This illegitimate name is a later homonym of a genus of fossil algae (Florin, Senckenbergiana 11:241–266, 1929). The genus also appears to be polyphyletic, but the affinities of its type species are currently unknown, leaving its final placement uncertain (Yamaguchi et al., Mycoscience 50(3)156–164, 2009; Sulzbacher & al., Mycotaxon 105:37–42, 2008).
  3. ^ This species' type is now considered to fall within Crinipellis scabella.
  4. ^ The former proposed genus Setulipes is now incorporated into Gymnopus (though some name combinations may remain to be correctly defined). Even Antonín, the author of Setulipes, agrees with this change (see Antonín, Vladimír; Noordeloos, Machiel E. (2010). A monograph of marasmioid fungi and collybioid fungi in Europe. Postfach 1119, D-85378 Eching, Germany: IHW Verlag. pp. 14–16. ISBN 978-3-930167-72-2.CS1 maint: location (link))
  5. ^ A replacement name for Solenia Pers. (Neues Mag. Bot. 1:116, 1796), a quasi homonym of the small Cucurbitaceae genus Solena Lour. (Fl. Cochinch. 2:514, 1790).
  6. ^ A synonym of Lentinula boryana.
  7. ^ Depending on the circumscription of Asian species.
  8. ^ The placement of this genus within Agaricales is not entirely clear. It might belong in the Physalacriaceae.
  9. ^ Because the type appears to remain in the author's private collection, it is not clear whether the publication is considered valid under the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature.
  10. ^ A replacement name for Georges Métrod's Pterospora (Les Mycènes de Madagascar:129, 1949), which was already in use as Pterospora Nutt. (Gen. N. Amer. Pl. 1:269, 1818).
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