List of Tricholomataceae genera

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The Tricholomataceae are a family of fungi in the Agaricales order. A 2008 estimate placed 78 genera and 1020 species in the family.[1] In 2014, Sánchez-García and colleagues proposed a revised classification of the Tricholomataceae with seven genera: Leucopaxillus, Tricholoma, Dennisiomyces, Porpoloma, and the newly circumscribed genera Corneriella, Pogonoloma and Pseudotricholoma.[2]

Genera[edit]

A pair of pearly white mushrooms with a hairy cap surface and stem as well as low-hanging, thick gills. They are growing on dark, decaying leaves.
Amparoina spinosissima
A white and beige mushroom with a slightly warty surface and patches of dirt growing amongst dried conifer needles and moss. Its cap is spherical, with gills still hidden, and has a deep groove running across it much like a pair of buttocks.
A young Catathelasma imperiale
Fayodia pseudoclusilis
A mushroom with a small cap shaped like a round-tipped cone. It is seen from above, with a delicate stem and gills quite visible through the cap, making brown marks down it.
Mycenella bryophila
A dirty-gray mushroom with white marks and a depressed center, growing amongst grass and clubmoss. The bottom of the depression is almost black and contains water.
Omphalina griseopallida
A series of tightly packed, pockmarked cream to orange mushrooms grow from the side of an horizontal log.
Phyllotopsis nidulans
A pair of mushroom growing from a bed of clubmoss, the caps brown and slightly depressed at their center and growing paler to almost white at the margin, with a thick stem.
Pseudoomphalina pachyphylla
Several translucent, fleshy mushrooms growing from an unearthed root shown on a piece of fabric.
Rimbachia bryophila
Genus Year Type species # of species Distribution
Amparoina
Singer[3]
1958 Amparoina spinosissima
(Singer) Singer
2 South America
Archaeomarasmius
Hibbett et al.
1997 Archaeomarasmius leggetti
Hibbett et al.
1 Extinct, Turonian New Jersey amber
Arthromyces
T.J.Baroni & Lodge[4]
2007 Arthromyces claviformis
T.J.Baroni & Lodge
2 Central America
Arthrosporella[N 1]
Singer[5]
1970 Arthrosporella ditopa
(Singer) Singer
1 Argentina
Asproinocybe
R.Heim[6]
1970 Asproinocybe lactifera
R.Heim
5 Africa (tropical)
Austroclitocybe
Raithelh.[7]
1972 Austroclitocybe veronicae
Raithelh.
1 South America (temperate)
Austroomphaliaster
Garrido[8]
1988 Austroomphaliaster nahuelbutensis
Garrido
1 South America (temperate)
Callistodermatium
Singer[9]
1981 Callistodermatium violascens
Singer
1 Brazil
Callistosporium
Singer[10]
1944 Callistosporium palmarum
(Murrill) Singer
13 widespread
Cantharellopsis
Kuyper[11]
1986 Cantharellopsis prescotii
(Weinm.) Kuyper
1 Europe
Catathelasma
Lovejoy[12]
1910 Catathelasma evanescens
Lovejoy
4 widespread (north temperate)
Caulorhiza
Lennox[13]
1979 Caulorhiza umbonata
(Peck) Lennox
3 USA
Cellypha
Donk[14]
1959 Cellypha goldbachii
(Weinm.) Donk
10 widespread
Clavomphalia
E.Horak[15]
1987 Clavomphalia yunnanensis
E.Horak
1 China
Clitocybe
(Fr.) Staude[16]
1857 Clitocybe nebularis
(Batsch) P.Kumm.
300 (approx.) widespread (esp. north temperate)
Collybia
(Fr.) Staude[16]
1857 Collybia tuberosa
Fr.
3 widespread (north temperate)
Conchomyces
Overeem[17]
1927 Conchomyces verrucisporus
Overeem
2 Indonesia
Corneriella
Sánchez-García[18]
2014 Corneriella bambusarum
Desjardin & Hemmes
2 United States, Thailand
Cynema
Maas Geest. & E.Horak[19]
1995 Cynema alutacea
Maas Geest. & E.Horak
1 Papua New Guinea
Cyphellocalathus
Agerer[20]
1981 Cyphellocalathus cecropiae
(Singer) Agerer
1 widespread
Delicatula
Fayod[21]
1889 Delicatula integrella
(Pers.:Fr.) Pat.
2 widespread (temperate)
Dendrocollybia
R.H.Petersen & Redhead[22]
2001 Dendrocollybia racemosa
(Pers.) R.H.Petersen & Redhead
1 widespread (temperate)
Dennisiomyces
Singer[23]
1955 Dennisiomyces glabrescentipes
Singer
5 South America
Dermoloma
(J.E.Lange) Singer ex Herink[24]
1959 Dermoloma cuneifolium
(Fr.) Singer
15 (approx.) widespread
Fayodia
Kühner[25]
1930 Fayodia bisphaerigera
(J.E.Lange) Kühner
10 (approx.) widespread (north temperate)
Gamundia
Raithelh.[26]
1979 Gamundia striatula
Joss. & Konrad
6 Europe, South America (temperate)
Hygroaster
Singer[27]
1955 Hygroaster nodulisporus
(Dennis) Singer
2 America (tropical)
Infundibulicybe
Harmaja[28]
2003 Infundibulicybe geotropa
(Bull.) Harmaja
13 widespread
Lepista
(Fr.) W.G.Sm.[29]
1870 Lepista panaeolus
(Fr.) P.Karst.
50 (approx.) widespread
Lepistella
T.J.Baroni & Ovrebo[30]
2007 Lepistella ocula
T.J.Baroni & Ovrebo
1 Central America
Leucocortinarius
(J.E.Lange) Singer[31]
1945 Leucocortinarius bulbiger
(Alb. & Schwein.) Singer
1 Europe
Leucoinocybe
Singer[32]
1943 Leucoinocybe lenta
(Maire) Singer
1 Europe
Leucopaxillus
Boursier[33]
1925 Leucopaxillus paradoxus
(Costantin & L.M.Dufour) Boursier
15 (approx.) Europe
Leucopholiota
(Romagn.) O.K.Mill. et al.[34]
1996 Leucopholiota decorosa
(Peck) O.K.Mill. et al.
1 USA
Lulesia
Singer[5]
1970 Lulesia densifolia
(Singer) Singer
3 tropical
Macrocybe
Pegler & Lodge[35]
1998 Macrocybe titans
(H.E.Bigelow & Kimbr.) Pegler et al.
7 widespread (tropics)
Melanoleuca
Pat.[36]
1897 Melanoleuca vulgaris[N 2]
(Pat.) Pat.
50 (approx.) widespread
Melanomphalia
M.P.Christ.[37]
1936 Melanomphalia nigrescens
M.P.Christ.
1 Europe
Musumecia
Vizzini & Contu
2011 Musumecia bettlachensis
Vizzini & Contu
1 Europe
Mycenella
(J.E.Lange) Singer[38]
1938 Mycenella cyatheae
(Singer) Singer
10 widespread (temperate)
Mycoalvimia
Singer[9]
1981 Mycoalvimia theobromicola
Singer
1 Brazil
Myxomphalia
Hora[39]
1960 Myxomphalia maura
(Fr.) Hora
4 widespread (north temperate)
Neoclitocybe
Singer[40]
1962
("1961")[N 3]
Neoclitocybe byssiseda
(Bres.) Singer
10 widespread (esp. tropical)
Nothoclavulina[N 1]
Singer[5]
1970 Nothoclavulina ditopa
Singer
1 Argentina
Omphaliaster
Lamoure[41]
1971 Omphaliaster borealis
(M.Lange & Skifte) Lamoure
7 widespread (north temperate)
Omphalina
Quél.[42]
1886 Omphalina pyxidata
(Bull.) Quél.
50 (approx.) widespread (esp. temperate)
Paralepista
Raithelh.[43]
1981 Paralepista inversa
(Fr.) Raithelh.
12 widespread
Paralepistopsis
Vizzini[43]
2012 Paralepistopsis amoenolens
(Malençon) Vizzini
2 North Africa, southern and southwestern Europe, Asia
Peglerochaete
Sarwal & Locq.[44]
1983 Peglerochaete setiger
Sarwal & Locq.
1 Sikkim
Pegleromyces
Singer[9]
1981 Pegleromyces collybioides
Singer
1 Brazil
Phaeomycena
R.Heim ex Singer & Digilio[45]
1952
("1951")
Phaeomycena aureophylla
R.Heim
5 Africa, Asia
Phyllotopsis
E.-J.Gilbert & Donk ex Singer[46]
1936 Phyllotopsis nidulans
(Pers.) Singer
5 widespread (temperate)
Physocystidium
Singer[47]
1962 Physocystidium cinnamomeum
(Dennis) Singer
1 Trinidad
Pleurella
E.Horak[48]
1971 Pleurella ardesiaca
(G.Stev. & G.M.Taylor) E.Horak
1 New Zealand
Pleurocollybia
Singer[49]
1947 Pleurocollybia praemultifolia
(Murrill) Singer
5 America, Asia
Pogonoloma
Sánchez-García[18]
2014 Pogonoloma spinulosum
Kühner & Romagn
2 Europe
Porpoloma
Singer[50]
1952 Porpoloma sejunctum
Singer
12 (approx.) South America
Pseudobaeospora
Singer[51]
1942 Pseudobaeospora oligophylla
Singer
20 (approx.) widespread
Pseudoclitocybe
(Singer) Singer[52]
1956 Pseudoclitocybe cyathiformis
(Bull.) Singer
10 widespread (north temperate; South America)
Pseudohygrophorus
Velen.[53]
1939 Pseudohygrophorus vesicarius
Velen.
1 Europe
Pseudolaccaria
Vizzini, Contu & Z.W. Ge[54]
1939 Pseudolaccaria pachyphylla
(Fr.) Vizzini & Contu
1 Europe
Pseudolasiobolus
Agerer[55]
1983 Pseudolasiobolus minutissimus
Agerer
1 tropical
Pseudoomphalina
(Singer) Singer[52]
1956 Pseudoomphalina kalchbrenneri
(Bres.) Singer
6 widespread (temperate)
Pseudotricholoma
Sánchez-García & Matheny[56]
2014 Pseudotricholoma umbrosum
(A.H.Sm. & M.B.Walters) Sánchez-García & Matheny
2 Canada, Europe, United States
Resupinatus
Nees ex Gray[57]
1821 Resupinatus applicatus
(Batsch) Gray
20 (approx.) widespread
Rimbachia
Pat.[58]
1891 Rimbachia paradoxa
Pat.
10 (approx.) widespread (tropical)
Ripartites
P.Karst[59]
1879 Ripartites tricholoma
(Alb. & Schwein.) P.Karst.
5 (approx.) widespread
Squamanita
Imbach[60]
1946 Squamanita schreieri
Imbach
10 widespread
Stanglomyces
Raithelh.[61]
1986
("1985")
Stanglomyces taxophilus
Raithelh.
1 South America
Tilachlidiopsis
Keissl.[62]
1924 Tilachlidiopsis racemosa
Keissl.
1 widespread (north temperate)
Tricholoma
(Fr.) Staude[16]
1857 Tricholoma equestre
(L.) P.Kumm.
200 (approx.) widespread (esp. north temperate)
Tricholomopsis
Singer[63]
1939 Tricholomopsis rutilans
(Schaeff.) Singer
30 (approx.) widespread
Tricholosporum
Guzmán[64]
1975 Tricholosporum goniospermum
(Bres.) Guzmán
12+ Northern hemisphere, South Africa, Central America

Notes and references[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ a b Nothoclavulina is the anamorph of Arthrosporella.
  2. ^ Now a synonym of Melanoleuca melaleuca (Pers.) Murrill.
  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.
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