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Humidicutis marginata

The species was first described as Hygrophorus marginatus by Charles Horton Peck in 1876. William Alphonso Murrill called it Hygrocybe marginata in 1916. It was transferred to the new genus Humidicutis by Rolf Singer in 1958, who had previously p ...

                                               

Semiomphalina

Semiomphalina is a basidiolichen genus in the family Hygrophoraceae. The genus is monotypic, containing the single species Semiomphalina leptoglossoides, found in Papua New Guinea.

                                               

Alnicola

Alnicola is a genus of fungi in the family Hymenogastraceae of the order Agaricales. The genus has a widespread distribution, and contains 60 species that usually form mycorrhizal relationships with species of Alder. The genus name is synonymous ...

                                               

Flammula

Flammula is a dark brown-spored genus of mushrooms that cause a decay of trees, on whose bases they often fruit, forming clusters of yellowish brown mushrooms.

                                               

Hemistropharia

Hemistropharia is a genus of agarics of unclear classification, though possibly related to the Hymenogastraceae or Tubarieae. A monotypic genus, it contains the single species Hemistropharia albocrenulata. This species, originally named Agaricus ...

                                               

Hymenogaster

Hymenogaster is a genus of fungi in the Hymenogastraceae family. The genus has a widespread distribution, especially in temperate regions, and contains about 100 species. The taxonomy of the European species was revised in 2011, and twelve specie ...

                                               

Sphagnurus

Sphagnurus is a parasitic mushroom genus in the family Lyophyllaceae that creates conspicuous dead patches on peat moss in bogs. The genus contains one species known to inhabit Eurasia and North America. Phylogenetically the genus is closest to, ...

                                               

Termitomyces robustus

Termitomyces robustus is a mushroom in the genus Termitomyces. It is considered one of the best edible mushrooms in the world. All attempts at cultivation by humans have failed. Like all members of the genus, people gather mushrooms in the wild. ...

                                               

Marasmiaceae

The Marasmiaceae are a family of basidiomycete fungi which have white spores. They mostly have tough stems and the capability of shrivelling up during a dry period and later recovering. The widely consumed edible fungus Lentinula edodes, the shii ...

                                               

Cephaloscypha

Cephaloscypha is a fungal genus in the family Marasmiaceae. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Cephaloscypha morlichensis. The genus and species were described by mycologist Reinhard Agerer in 1975.

                                               

Hymenogloea

Hymenogloea is a fungal genus in the family Marasmiaceae. The genus is monotypic, containing the single species Hymenogloea riofrioi, found in tropical America.

                                               

Rhodocollybia butyracea

The cap of this mushroom is 2 to 10 cm across. It is convex and becomes broadly convex or almost flat. When fresh, this species is smooth and moist. It has a reddish-brown colour fading to cinnamon. The gills are either free from the stem or narr ...

                                               

Setulipes

Setulipes was a proposed genus of fungi in the Marasmiaceae family. This group of mushrooms, described by the Czech mycologist Vladimir Antonin in 1987, has a widespread distribution in north temperate areas, and would contain about 25 species. I ...

                                               

Mycenaceae

The Mycenaceae are a family of fungi in the order Agaricales. According to the Dictionary of the Fungi, the family contains 10 genera and 705 species. This is one of several families that were separated from the Tricholomataceae as a result of ph ...

                                               

Decapitatus

Decapitatus is a genus of fungus in the family Mycenaceae. The genus, an anamorph of Mycena, is monotypic, containing the single species Decapitatus flavidus.

                                               

Halocyphina

Halocyphina is a genus of fungus in the Niaceae family. It is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Halocyphina villosa, a marine fungus found in the USA.

                                               

Nia vibrissa

Nia vibrissa is a species of fungus in the order Agaricales. The species is adapted to a marine environment and is a wood-rotting fungus, producing small, gasteroid basidiocarps on driftwood, submerged timber, mangrove wood, and similar substrate ...

                                               

Cylindrobasidium laeve

Cylindrobasidium is a species of fungus in the family Physalacriaceae. A product that contains Cylindrobasidium leave as the active ingredient can be used as a mycoherbicide to control mearnsii black wattle acacia in South Africa.

                                               

Dactylosporina

Dactylosporina is a genus of fungi in the family Physalacriaceae. D. brunneomarginata, the first representative of the genus found in Asia, was added to Dactylosporina in 2015.

                                               

Flammulina fennae

Flammulina fennae is a winter mushroom very similar to Flammulina velutipes but still a species on its own. It differs by having a white pale cap. Like all species of Flammulina, it grows in forests, mainly elm and poplar. It withstand the winter ...

                                               

Flammulina populicola

Flammulina populonica, as all Flammulina, is a winter mushroom. It differs from its closely related cousin Flammulina velutipes by being slightly larger in size and presenting a more chobby stem than F. velutipes and by growing on wood of quaking ...

                                               

Gloiocephala

Gloiocephala is a genus of fungi in the family Physalacriaceae. The genus is widespread, though mainly known from tropical and sub-tropical areas, and contains about 30 species. Mushrooms in this group are very small and grow on the stems and lea ...

                                               

Mycaureola

Mycaureola is a genus of fungi in the Physalacriaceae family of mushrooms. Circumscribed in 1922 by French mycologists Rene Maire and Emile Chemin, the genus is monotypic, containing the single species Mycaureola dilseae. The fungus is a parasite ...

                                               

Oudemansiella

Oudemansiella is a genus of fungi in the Physalacriaceae family. According to the Dictionary of the Fungi, the genus contains about 15 species that are widely distributed in tropical and temperate regions. Yang and colleagues revised the genus in ...

                                               

Phloeomana

Phloeomana is a bark-inhabiting agaric fungal genus that produces fuscous-colored to whitish mycenoid to omphalinoid fruit bodies in temperate forests. In addition to the type species Phloeomana speirea, 4 other species, P. alba, P. clavata, P. h ...

                                               

Hormographiella

Hormographiella is a genus of fungi in the Psathyrellaceae family. The genus contains three species of anamorphic fungi that have Coprinopsis or Coprinellus teleomorphs.

                                               

Psathyrella ammophila

Psathyrella ammophila is a species of fungus in the family Psathyrellaceae and is found throughout Europe. Commonly known as the dune brittlestem, this agaric primarily grows on sand dunes near marram grass, feeding saprotrophically on the decayi ...

                                               

Psathyrella gracilis

Psathyrella corrugis, is the type species of the basidiomycete fungus genus Psathyrella and family Psathyrellaceae. Originally described from Europe as Agaricus corrugis ", the species is considered non-toxic but lacking in flavor and texture.

                                               

Psathyrellaceae

The Psathyrellaceae are a family of dark-spored agarics that generally have rather soft, fragile fruiting bodies, and are characterized by black, dark brown, rarely reddish, or even pastel-colored spore prints. About 50% of species produce fruiti ...

                                               

Pterulaceae

The Pterulaceae are a family of fungi in the Agaricales order. According to a 2008 estimate, the family contained 99 species previously distributed among 12 genera. More recent data from molecular phylogenetic reconstruction showed that members o ...

                                               

Deflexula

The genus was circumscribed by British botanist E.J.H. Corner in his 1950 work Clavaria and Allied Genera". The type species, Deflexula fascicularis, was originally described in 1901 as Pterula fascicularis by Giacomo Bresadola and Narcisse Theop ...

                                               

Merulicium

Merulicium is a genus of fungi, tentatively placed in the Pterulaceae family. The genus is monotypic, containing the single species Merulicium fusisporum.

                                               

Agrocybe

Mushroom cultivation began with the Romans and Greeks, who grew the small Agrocybe aegerita. The Romans believed that fungi fruited when lightning struck. In Europe, toxic forms are not normally found, but Agrocybe molesta could be confused with ...

                                               

Agrocybe arvalis

Agrocybe arvalis is a species of Agaricales with a brown, hygrophanous cap and brown spore print. It does not have an annulus. Spores are elliptical and smooth, ranging from 9-10.5 × 5.2–6 µm. Pleurocystidia may have 3-5 apical, finger-like proje ...

                                               

Agrocybe farinacea

Agrocybe farinacea is a species of mushroom in the Strophariaceae family. It has been reported to contain the hallucinogen psilocybin, however there has been no recent chemical analysis carried out on this mushroom, nor any modern reports of psyc ...

                                               

Agrocybe pediades

Agrocybe pediades is a typically lawn and other types of grassland mushroom, but can also grow on mulch containing horse manure. It was first described as Agaricus pediades by Swedish mycologist Elias Magnus Fries in 1821, and moved to its curren ...

                                               

Agrocybe smithii

Agrocybe smithii is a species of mushroom in the genus Agrocybe. This species is a pileate-stipitate fungi, and has a medium size of fruitbodies. The cap is convex to plane-convex, yellowish brown. The hymenium is gilled with adnexed gills, initi ...

                                               

Agrocybe sororia

Agrocybe sororia is a species of Basidiomycota mushroom in the genus Agrocybe. The cap is convex to plane, tawny fading to pale yellow-buff, the pileus sometimes is cracked, or wrinkled. The gills have an adnate attachment to the stipe. The spore ...

                                               

Deconica inquilina

Deconica inquilina is a species of mushroom in the Strophariaceae family. Formerly a member of the genus Psilocybe, this species belonged to the non-blueing clade and was consequently moved to Deconica in 2009.

                                               

Leratiomyces

Leratiomyces is a genus of mushroom-forming basidiomycetes first proposed three times under invalid names, and finally validated in 2008. It includes several formerly described, variously, from the genera Stropharia, Hypholoma, and Weraroa. It wa ...

                                               

Pholiota

Pholiota is a genus of small to medium-sized, fleshy mushrooms in the family Strophariaceae. They are saprobes that typically live on wood. The genus has a widespread distribution, especially in temperate regions, and contains about 150 species. ...

                                               

Stropharia

The genus Stropharia is a group of medium to large agarics with a distinct membranous ring on the stipe. Well-known members of this genus include the edible Stropharia rugosoannulata and the blue-green verdigris agarics. Stropharia are not genera ...

                                               

Stropharia albonitens

Stropharia albonitens is a mushroom found in grassy fields, lawns, and frequently along roadsides in North America and Europe. The spore print is purplish to black. It is an inedible mushroom that is white to cream or yellow in colour. It is typi ...

                                               

Tricholomataceae

The Tricholomataceae are a large family of mushrooms within the Agaricales. Originally a classic "wastebasket taxon", the family included any white-, yellow-, or pink-spored genera in the Agaricales not already classified as belonging to e.g. the ...

                                               

Catathelasma

All four species of Catathelasma are found in North America but only one C. imperiale is known in Europe. They are all fairly massive Tricholoma -like fungi, but are distinguished from that genus because they have decurrent gills and at the micro ...

                                               

Clitocybe alexandri

Clitocybe alexandri is a species of edible mushroom classified under the genus Clitocybe in the family Tricholomataceae. Although it is edible and the flavor is good, it is rarely collected for consumption, for it is lesser known. It can be confu ...

                                               

Dermoloma cuneifolium

Dermoloma cuneifolium is a species of fungus in the Tricholomataceae family, and the type species of the genus Dermoloma. Originally named Agaricus cuneifolius by Elias Magnus Fries in 1818, it was transferred to Dermoloma by Marcel Bon in 1986.

                                               

Paralepista

Paralepista is a genus of mushrooms in family Tricholomataceae. Until 2012 its member species were generally assigned either to Lepista or to Clitocybe.

                                               

Neoclitocybe byssiseda

Neoclitocybe byssiseda is a species of fungus in the Tricholomataceae family, and the type species of the genus Neoclitocybe. Initially described as Omphalia byssiseda by Giacomo Bresadola in 1907, it was transferred to Neoclitocybe by Rolf Singe ...

                                               

Omphalina pyxidata

Omphalina is a species of fungus in the Tricholomataceae family, and the type species of the genus Omphalina. It is found in North America and Europe.

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