List of Pluteus species

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Pluteus brunneoradiatus

This is an incomplete list of species in the agaric genus Pluteus. Species of Pluteus are commonly found growing on woody substrates including stumps, logs, fallen branches, woody debris such as sawdust, and buried wood.

Three sections are widely accepted in Pluteus, including Pluteus, Hispidoderma Fayod, and Celluloderma Fayod.[1] Section Pluteus is characterized by fruit bodies with a filamentous cap cuticle (pileipellis) and thick-walled pleurocystidia. Section Hispidoderma consists of species with a filamentous pileipellis and thin-walled pleurocystidia. Section Celluloderma is defined by a cystoderm pileipellis composed of ellipsoid to saccate-pyriform to vesiculose cells with or without cystidioid elements. The widespread genus contains over 300 species.[2]

Key[edit]

Name The binomial name of the Pluteus species.
Authority The author citation—the person who first described the species using an available scientific name, eventually combined with the one who placed it in Pluteus, and using standardized abbreviations.
Year The year in which the species was named, or transferred to the genus Pluteus. Where the actual year of publication (as defined for the purpose of priority) differs from the date given in the material, the latter date is given in quotes.
Distribution The distribution of the species.

Species[edit]

Name Authority  Year Distribution
Pluteus admirabilis (Peck) Peck[3] 1885 USA
Pluteus aeolus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus aestivus Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus aethalus (Berk. & M.A.Curtis) Sacc.[4] 1887 Cuba
Pluteus affinis Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus aglaeotheles (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus agriensis Singer[6] 1977 Ecuador
Pluteus alachuanus Murrill[7] 1945 USA
Pluteus albineus Bonnard[8] 2001 Switzerland
Pluteus albolineatus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 syn. P. argilophyllus)
Pluteus albostipitatus (Dennis) Singer[9] 1959 Trinidad, South America
Pluteus alniphilus Deparis[10] 2003 France
Pluteus amazonicus Singer[11] 1989 Brazil
Pluteus americanus (P. Banerjee & Sundb.) Justo, E.F. Malysheva & Minnis (2014)[12] 2014 United States and Russia
Pluteus amphicystis Singer[13] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus angustisporus Singer[14] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus aporpus Singer[15] 1954 South America
Pluteus aquosus Singer[16] 1956 Argentina
Pluteus argentinensis Singer[17] 1956 Argentina
Pluteus argilophyllus (Berk. & Broome) Pegler[18] 1956 Asia (syn. P. albolineatus)
Pluteus atrofuscens Hongo[19] 1963 Japan
Pluteus atromarginatus (Konrad) Kühner 1935 Europe
Pluteus atropungens A.H.Sm. & Bartelli[20] 1965 USA
Pluteus aurantiacus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus aurantiopustulatus E.Horak[22] 1977 Africa
Pluteus aurantiorugosus (Trog) Sacc. 1896 Europe
Pluteus aurantipes Minnis, Sundb. & Nelsen[23] 2006 USA
Pluteus australis Murrill[7] 1945 Florida
Pluteus avellaneus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus beniensis Singer[24] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus betulinus (Velen.) Noordel.[25] 1979 Europe
Pluteus bii Minnis & Sundb.[26] 2008 China
Pluteus bressollensis Eyssart., Ducousso & Buyck[27] 2009 New Caledonia
Pluteus bruchii (Speg.) Singer[28] 1951 South America
Pluteus brunneidiscus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus brunneo-olivaceus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus brunneopictus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus brunneopunctus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus brunneoradiatus Bonnard[30] 1987 Switzerland
Pluteus brunneosquamulosus Pradeep & Vrinda[31] 2012 India
Pluteus bulbigerus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus bulbipes Henn.[32] 1901 Africa
Pluteus bulbosus S.Imai[33] 1938 Japan
Pluteus burserae Singer[34] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus californicus McClatchie[35] 1897 USA
Pluteus campanulatus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus carneipes Kühner[36] 1950 Europe
Pluteus carneobrunneolus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus castri Justo & Minnis[37] 2011 Japan, Russia
Pluteus cervinus (Schaeff.) P.Kumm.[38] 1871 Widespread
Pluteus chrysaegis (Berk. & Broome) Petch[39] 1912 Asia
Pluteus chrysophaeus (Schaeff.) Quél.[40] 1872 Widespread
Pluteus chrysophlebius (Berk. & M.A.Curtis) Sacc.[4] 1887 USA
Pluteus chusqueaecolus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus cinerascens P.Banerjee & Sundb.[41] 1993 USA
Pluteus cinereofuscus Lange[42] 1917 Europe
Pluteus cinerellus Singer[43] 1956 USA
Pluteus circumscissus Singer[44] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus citrinocarnescens Henn.[32] 1901 Africa
Pluteus citrinus Murrill[45] 1941 Florida
Pluteus combustorum Velen.[46] 1929 Europe
Pluteus compressipes Murrill[21] 1917 Jamaica
Pluteus concentricus E.Horak[47] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus congolensis Beeli[48] 1928 Africa
Pluteus conizatus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus crenulatus Justo, Battistin & Angelini[49] 2012 Dominican Republic
Pluteus cubensis (Murrill) Dennis[50] 1953 Caribbean
Pluteus cyanopus Quél.[51] 1883 Africa, Europe, and North America
Pluteus daidoi S.Ito & S.Imai[52] 1940 Japan
Pluteus deceptivus Minnis & Sundb.[53] 2010 USA
Pluteus decoloratus E.Horak[54] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus defibulatus Singer[55] 1952 Argentina
Pluteus delicatulus C.K.Pradeep & K.B.Vrinda[56] 2006 India
Pluteus deliquescens Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus dennisii Singer[11] 1989 Trinidad-Tobago
Pluteus densifibrillosus Menolli & Capelari[57] 2010 Brazil
Pluteus depauperatus Romagn.[58] 1956 Europe
Pluteus diettrichii Bres.[59] 1905 Europe
Pluteus diptychocystis Singer[15] 1954 South America
Pluteus diverticulatus Corriol[60] 2004 France
Pluteus dominicanus Singer[61] 1961 South America
Pluteus earlei Murrill[62] 1911 Cuba
Pluteus eliae Singer[63] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus eludens E.F.Malysheva, Minnis & Justo[64] 2011 Madeira, Portugal, Russia, USA
Pluteus ephebeus (Fr.) Gillet[65] 1876 Europe
Pluteus escharites (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus espeletiae Singer[61] 1961 South America
Pluteus eucryphiae Singer[66] 1969 Chile
Pluteus eugraptus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Widespread
Pluteus eupigmentatus Singer[67] 1959 Argentina, Bolivia
Pluteus excentricus Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus exiguus (Pat.) Sacc. 1887 Europe
Pluteus exilis Singer[11] 1989 USA
Pluteus fallax Singer[68] 1959 Brazil
Pluteus fastigiatus Singer[55] 1952 South America
Pluteus favrei Antonín & ŠŠkubla[69] 2000 Slovak Republic
Pluteus fenzlii (Schulzer) Corriol & P.-A.Moreau[70] 2007 Europe
Pluteus fernandezianus Singer[71] 1959 Chile
Pluteus fibrillosus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus fibulatus Singer[72] 1951 South America
Pluteus flammipes E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus flavipes Petch[73] 1924 Asia
Pluteus flavofuligineus G.F.Atk[74] 1902 USA
Pluteus flavomarginatus Petch[75] 1922 Asia
Pluteus floridanus Murrill[76] 1943 Florida, USA
Pluteus fluminensis Singer[77] 1959 Brazil
Pluteus fraxineus Velen.[46] 1929 Europe
Pluteus fuligineovenosus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus fuliginosus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus fulvobadius Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus fusconigricans (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus giganteus Massee[78] 1896 South America
Pluteus glabrescens Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus glaucotinctus E.Horak[22] 1977 Africa
Pluteus glaucus Singer[61] 1961 South America
Pluteus globiger Singer[72] 1951 South America
Pluteus glyphidatus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus glutinosus Singer[11] 1989 Panama
Pluteus grandineus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus granularis Peck[3] 1985 USA
Pluteus griseobrunneus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus griseoluridus P.D.Orton[79] 1984 Europe
Pluteus griseoroseus Beeli[48] 1928 Africa
Pluteus harrisii Murrill[62] 1911 Jamaica
Pluteus haywardii Singer[80] 1956 South America
Pluteus hendersoniensis Singer[81] 1989 Oceania
Pluteus heterocystis P.Banerjee & Sundb.[41] 1993 USA
Pluteus heteromarginatus Justo[37] 2011 USA
Pluteus hiatulus Kühner[82] 1953 Europe
Pluteus hiemalis Singer[83] 1959 Argentina
Pluteus hispidilacteus E.Horak[84] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus hispidulus (Fr.) Gillet[65] 1876 Asia, Europe
Pluteus hololeucus Singer[85] 1956 Argentina
Pluteus homolae Minnis & Sundb.[86] 2010 USA
Pluteus hongoi Singer[11] 1989 Japan
Pluteus horakianus Rodr.-Alcánt.[87] 2009
Pluteus horridilamellus S.Ito & S.Imai[52] 1940 Japan
Pluteus horridus Singer[88] 1973 Mexico
Pluteus hylaeicola Singer[11] 1989 Brazil
Pluteus iguazuensis Singer[89] 1956 Argentina
Pluteus inconspicuus E.Horak[90] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus inflatus Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus inocybirimosus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus inquilinus Romagn.[91] 1979 France
Pluteus insidiosus Vellinga & Schreurs[92] 1985 Europe
Pluteus jamaicensis Murrill[62] 1911 Jamaica, North America, South America
Pluteus keissleri Singer[93] 1929 Europe
Pluteus kobayasii Hongo[94] 1976 Papua New Guinea
Pluteus kuthanii Singer[11] 1989 former Czechoslovakia
Pluteus laetifrons (Berk. & M.A.Curtis) Sacc.[4] 1887 Cuba
Pluteus laetus Singer[95] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus laricinus P.Banerjee & Sundb.[41] 1993 USA
Pluteus latifolius Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus leaianus Singer[88] 1973 USA
Pluteus leoninus (Schaeff.) P.Kumm.[38] 1871 Europe
Pluteus lepiotiformis Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus leucocyanescens Singer[88] 1973 Mexico
Pluteus lilacinus (Sacc.) Singer[96] 1961 USA
Pluteus lipidocystis Bonnard[97] 1986 Switzerland
Pluteus longipes Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus longistriatus (Peck) Peck[3] 1885 USA
Pluteus losulus (Beeli) Justo[37] 2011 Africa
Pluteus luctuosus Boud.[98] 1905 Europe
Pluteus ludovicianus Murrill[21] 1917 North America
Pluteus luteostipitatus C.K.Pradeep & K.B.Vrinda[99] 2008 India
Pluteus lutescens (Fr.) Bres. 1929 cosmopolitan
Pluteus luteus (Redhead & B.Liu) Redhead[100] 1984 China
Pluteus machidae S.Ito & S.Imai[52] 1940 Japan
Pluteus maculosipes Singer[61] 1961 South America
Pluteus magnus McClatchie[35] 1897 USA
Pluteus major Singer[11] 1989 USA
Pluteus mammifer Romagn.[91] 1979 France
Pluteus mammillatus (Longyear) Minnis, Sundb. & Methven[101] 2006 USA
Pluteus martinicensis Singer & Fiard[102] 1983 Martinique
Pluteus melanopotamicus Singer[11] 1989 Brazil
Pluteus melleipes Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus melleus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus mesosporus Singer[61] 1961 South America
Pluteus microspermus E.Horak[103] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus microsporus (Dennis) Singer[104] 1956 Trinidad
Pluteus minor G.Stev. 1962 New Zealand
Pluteus minutus Pat.[105] 1909 Asia
Pluteus multiformis Justo, A.Caball. & G.Muñoz[64] 2011 Spain
Pluteus multistriatus Murrill[62] 1911 Mexico
Pluteus myceniformis Murrill[21] 1917 Jamaica
Pluteus nanellus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus nanus (Pers.) P.Kumm.[38] 1871
Pluteus neophlebophorus Singer[106] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus neotropicalis Rodr.-Alcánt.[107] 2008 Mexico
Pluteus nevadensis Rodr.-Alcánt.[108] 2010 Mexico
Pluteus nigrofloccosus (R.Schulz) J.Favre[109] 1948 Switzerland
Pluteus nigrolineatus Murrill[110] 1939 Florida
Pluteus nigropallescens Singer[61] 1961 South America
Pluteus nigroviridis Babos[111] 1983 Hungary
Pluteus nitens Pat.[112] 1898 Mexico
Pluteus niveus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus nothofagi E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus nothopellitus Justo & M.L.Castro[113] 2007 Spain
Pluteus ochraceus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus okabei S.Ito & S.Imai[52] 1940 Japan
Pluteus oligocystis Singer[114] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus osornensis E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus pallescens P.D.Orton[115] 1960 UK
Pluteus pallidocervinus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus pallidus Homola[116] 1960 Europe, North America
Pluteus pantherinus Courtec. & M.Uchida[117] 1991 Japan
Pluteus paradoxus E.Horak[118] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus paraensis Singer[88] 1973 Brazil
Pluteus pauperculus E.Horak[119] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus pellitus (Pers.) P.Kumm.[38] 1871 Europe
Pluteus perroseus E.Horak[120] 1983 Oceania
Pluteus petasatus (Fr.) Gillet[65] 1876 Europe
Pluteus phaeocephalus Har.Takah.[121] 2001 Japan
Pluteus phaeocyanopus Minnis & Sundb.[122] 2010 USA
Pluteus phaeoleucus E.Horak[22] 1977 Africa
Pluteus phlebophoroides Henn.[123] 1896 (type is lost, incertae sedis)
Pluteus phlebophorus (Ditmar) P.Kumm.[38] 1871 Europe
Pluteus pilatii Velen.[46] 1929 Europe
Pluteus plautus (Weinm.) Gillet[65] 1876
Pluteus pluvialis Singer[124] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus podospileus Sacc. & Cub. 1887
Pluteus poliocnemis Kühner[58] 1956 France
Pluteus polycystis Singer[125] 1959 Argentina
Pluteus pouzarianus Singer[126] 1983
Pluteus praerugosus Murrill[127] 1920 USA
Pluteus primus Bonnard[128] 1993 Switzerland
Pluteus pseudeugraptus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus pseudorobertii M.M.Moser[129] 1953 Europe
Pluteus psichriophorus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus puberulus Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus pulverulentus Murrill[21] 1917 Grenada
Pluteus pulvinus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887
Pluteus pumilis Murrill[130] 1946 USA
Pluteus pusillulus Romagn.[131] 1940 Europe
Pluteus puttemansii Menolli & Capelari[57] 2010 Brazil
Pluteus raphaniodorus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus readiarum G.Stev.[132] 1962 New Zealand
Pluteus reisneri Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus reticulatus Murrill[62] 1911 Jamaica
Pluteus rhoadsii Murrill[110] 1939 USA
Pluteus riberaltensis Singer[133] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus ricardii Singer[66] 1969 Chile
Pluteus rimosoaffinis Singer[134] 1879 Argentina
Pluteus rimosellus Singer[72] 1951 South America
Pluteus rimosus Murrill[62] 1911 Jamaica
Pluteus rimulosus Romagn.[58] 1956 Europe
Pluteus riograndensis Singer[135] 1953 South America
Pluteus robertii (Fr.) P.Karst.[136] 1879
Pluteus romellii (Britzelm.) Sacc.[137] 1895
Pluteus roseocandidus G.F.Atk.[138] 1909 USA
Pluteus rubrotomentosus Singer[139] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus rugosidiscus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus rugososulcatus Singer[140] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus sabulosus E.Horak[141] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus salicinus (Pers.) P.Kumm.[38] 1871 Cosmopolitan
Pluteus salmoneus Sathe & S.M.Kulk.[142] 1981 India
Pluteus sancti-xaverii Singer[143] 1959 Argentina
Pluteus sandalioticus Contu & Arras[144] 2001 Sardinia, Italy
Pluteus sapiicola Singer[63] 1959 Argentina
Pluteus satur Kühner & Romagn.[58] 1956 Europe
Pluteus saupei Justo & Minnis[37] 2011 USA
Pluteus sergii Singer[145] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus seticeps (G.F.Atk.) Singer[146] 1959 USA
Pluteus silentvalleyanus C.K.Pradeep & K.B.Vrinda[99] 2008 India
Pluteus similis E.Horak[147] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus spegazzinianus Singer[55] 1952 Argentina
Pluteus spilopus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus spinosae Velen.[148] 1939 Europe
Pluteus spinulosus Murrill[21] 1917 Honduras
Pluteus squamosidiscus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus squamosopunctus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus stenotrichus Justo, Battistin & Angelini[49] 2012 Dominican Republic
Pluteus stephanobasis Singer[149] 1959 Argentina
Pluteus sterili-marginatus Peck[3] 1885 USA
Pluteus sternbergii Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus stigmatophorus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus straminellus Rick[150] 1961 Brazil
Pluteus striatocystis Pegler[18] 1977 Africa
Pluteus stylobates Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus subantarcticus E.Horak[151] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus subcervinus (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.[4] 1887 Sri Lanka
Pluteus subfibrillosus Singer[152] 1959 Brazil
Pluteus subgriseibrunneus Murrill[7] 1945 USA
Pluteus submarginatus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus subminutus Singer[153] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus subspinulosus E.Horak[29] 1964 South America
Pluteus substigmaticus Singer[154] 1959 Bolivia
Pluteus sulcatus Singer[72] 1951 South America
Pluteus sulfureus Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus suzae Velen.[148] 1939 Europe
Pluteus terricola E.Horak[155] 2008 New Zealand
Pluteus thomsonii (Berk. & Broome) Dennis[156] 1948 UK
Pluteus tiliacius Velen.[5] 1920 Europe
Pluteus tomentosulus (Pers.) P.Kumm.[38] 1871 USA
Pluteus tricuspidatus Velen.[148] 1939 Europe
Pluteus triplocystis Singer[88] 1973 Mexico
Pluteus tucumanus Singer[72] 1951 South America
Pluteus ugandensis Pegler[18] 1977 Africa
Pluteus umbrinidiscus Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus umbrinoalbidus Singer[135] 1953 South America
Pluteus umbrosus (Pers.) P.Kumm.[38] 1871 Europe
Pluteus unakensis Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus variabilicolor Babos[157] 1978 Hungary
Pluteus variipes Singer[158] 1989 Argentina
Pluteus varzeicola Singer[11] 1989 Brazil
Pluteus velatus Rick[150] 1961 Brazil
Pluteus velutinornatus G.Stev.[132] 1962 New Zealand
Pluteus velutinus Pradeep & Vrinda[31] 2012 India
Pluteus venosus Singer[153] 1959 USA
Pluteus venosus Singer[153] 1959 USA
Pluteus verae-crucis Cifuentes & Guzmán[159] 1962 Mexico
Pluteus veronicae G.Stev.[132] 1962 New Zealand
Pluteus verruculosus S.Ito & S.Imai[52] 1940 Japan
Pluteus viscidulus Singer[72] 1951 South America
Pluteus washingtonensis Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus whiteae Murrill[21] 1917 USA
Pluteus xanthopus Singer[160] 1958 Argentina
Pluteus xylophilus (Speg.) Singer[28] 1951 South America
Pluteus yungensis Singer[161] 1959 Bolivia

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