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Limacellopsis

Limacellopsis is a genus of mushroom-forming fungi in the family Amanitaceae in order Agaricales. Analysis of DNA sequences was used to show that Limacellopsis was separate from Limacella which is similar in appearance. The name Limacellopsis mea ...

                                               

Lycogalopsis

Lycogalopsis is a genus of puffball fungi in the family Agaricaceae. It was circumscribed by mycologist Eduard Fischer in 1886, with L. solmsii as the type species.

                                               

Macrocybe

Macrocybe is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. The genus contains seven species, widely distributed in tropical regions worldwide. Kind was established in 1998 by mycologists David Pegler and Deborah Jean Lodge, several large white ...

                                               

Macrocystidia

Macrocystidia is a genus of fungus in the Marasmiaceae family of mushrooms. The genus contains five species that collectively have a widespread distribution.

                                               

Megacollybia

Megacollybia is a genus of fungus in the Marasmiaceae family. Previously thought to be monotypic, the genus was split into several species on the basis of genetic data in 2007. The type species, M. platyphylla, is restricted in distribution to Eu ...

                                               

Melanoleuca

Melanoleuca is a poorly known genus of saprotrophic mushrooms traditionally classified in the family Tricholomataceae. Most are small to medium sized, white, brown, ocher or gray with a cylindrical to subcylindrical stipe and white to pale yellow ...

                                               

Meottomyces

Meottomyces is a small genus of relatively nondescript, fleshy, brown mushrooms related to Tubaria. In older classifications it had been included in Pholiota, Phaeogalera or Hemipholiota. Modern molecular evidence suggested recognition of a separ ...

                                               

Metrodia

Metrodia is a genus of fungi in the family Agaricaceae. It was circumscribed in 1971 by mycologist Jorg H. Raithelhuber, with M. collybioides as the type species. M. excissa was added to the genus in 1983.

                                               

Micropsalliota

Micropsalliota is a genus of small agaric fungi in the family Agaricaceae. The genus contains about 60 species, most of which are found in tropical areas.

                                               

Moniliophthora

Moniliophthora is a genus of fungi in the family Marasmiaceae. The genus was described in 1978 with M. roreri as the type species. This fungus, formerly known as Monilia roreri, causes frosty pod rot, a serious disease of Theobroma cacao.

                                               

Montagnea

Montagnea is a genus of fungi in the family Agaricaceae. The genus has a widespread distribution in subtropical dry areas, and contains five species. Montagnea was circumscribed by Swedish mycologist Elias Magnus Fries in 1836.

                                               

Morganella (fungus)

Morganella is a genus of puffball fungi in the family Agaricaceae. The genus name honors American botanist Andrew Price Morgan. The widely distributed genus is prevalent in tropical areas. A 2008 estimate placed nine species in Morganella, but se ...

                                               

Mycenella

Mycenella is a genus of fungi in the Tricholomataceae family. The widespread genus contains 10 species, found mostly in temperate regions. Mycologist Rolf Singer circumscribed the genus in 1938.

                                               

Mycetinis

This group of mushrooms was long known as a section Alliacei within the more familiar genus Marasmius, which means that each of the species has a synonym under Marasmius. They are distinguished from other Marasmius by the hymeniform cap skin whic ...

                                               

Mycocalia

Mycocalia is a genus of fungi in the family Agaricaceae. Their fruit bodies resemble tiny egg-filled birds nests. Species are usually found growing on herbaceous stems and other plant debris. Thus genus was circumscribed in 1961 by mycologist J.T ...

                                               

Myochromella

Myochromella is a mushroom genus in the family Lyophyllaceae that has been segregated from both Lyophyllum and Tephrocybe using molecular analyses and was first informally labelled clade mycochromella or section Tephrophana p.p. before being reco ...

                                               

Myxomphalia

Myxomphalia is a genus of fungi in the Tricholomataceae family. The genus has a widespread distribution in north temperate areas, and contains four species.

                                               

Nia (fungus)

Nia is a genus of fungi in the family Niaceae. The genus contains three species adapted to a marine environment. All are wood-rotting fungi, producing small, gasteroid basidiocarps on driftwood, submerged timber, mangrove wood, and similar substr ...

                                               

Nidula

Nidula is a genus of fungi in the family Agaricaceae. Their fruit bodies resemble tiny egg-filled birds nests, from which they derive their common name "birds nest fungi". Originally described in 1902, the genus differs from the related genera Cy ...

                                               

Nidularia

Nidularia is a genus of nine species of fungi in the family Agaricaceae. Their fruit bodies resemble tiny egg-filled bird nests. The name comes from the Latin nidus meaning nest. The related genus Mycocalia was segregated from Nidularia in 1961 b ...

                                               

Nolanea

Nolanea is a genus of small gray to brown pink-spored mushrooms that are mostly saprotrophic and grow on the ground. The cap can be conical, convex or umbonate in shape, often with a silky top. The gills have adnexed to adnate attachment and the ...

                                               

Omphaliaster

Omphaliaster is a genus of fungi in the Tricholomataceae family. The widespread genus contains seven species, predominantly in northern temperate regions.

                                               

Omphalina

Omphalina is a genus of small agarics with white, nonamyloid, basidiospores and decurrent gills. Typically the cap has a deep central depression giving the umbrella-like to funnel-shaped cap the appearance of a belly button, or a belly with a nav ...

                                               

Omphalotus

Omphalotus is a genus of basidiomycete mushroom formally circumscribed by Victor Fayod in 1889. Members have the traditional cap and stem toadstool form. They are saprobic, and fruit in clumps on trees. The best known and type species is the jack ...

                                               

Ossicaulis

The genus was circumscribed in 1985 to contain the species originally described as Agaricus lignatilis by Christian Hendrik Persoon in 1801. This was considered the sole species in the genus until 2007, when Marco Contu validly published a descri ...

                                               

Panaeolina

Panaeolina is a small genus of small mushrooms, containing only about four species. They are a subgroup of Panaeolus which have dark brown spores. The type species is Panaeolina foenisecii, a common lawn mushroom. Members of Panaeolina are broadl ...

                                               

Panellus

Panellus is a genus of more than 50 mushroom species of fungi in the Mycenaceae family as defined molecularly. Prior to molecular analyses the generic name had been used for any white-spored pleurotoid with amyloid spores. Unrelated but similar s ...

                                               

Parasola

This list is incomplete. Parasola auricoma Pat. Redhead, Vilgalys & Hopple 2001. Parasola misera P. Karst. Redhead, Vilgalys & Hopple 2001. Parasola nudiceps P.D. Orton Redhead, Vilgalys & Hopple 2001. Parasola megasperma P.D. Orton Redhead, Vilg ...

                                               

Phaeocollybia

Phaeocollybia is a genus of fungi in the family Hymenogastraceae. They are characterized by producing fruit bodies with umbonate caps and rough brown spores. The genus is widely distributed, and contains about 50 species. They are known for a lon ...

                                               

Phaeogalera

Phaeogalera is a small genus of slender, fleshy bog and swamp-inhabiting mushrooms with large, brownish spores with a germ pore and a hymenium lacking chrysocystidia. Phaeogalera resemble Galerina in their habitat, macroscopic appearance, and spo ...

                                               

Phaeomarasmius

Phaeomarasmius is a genus of fungi in the family Tubariaceae. It was formerly thought to belong in the family Inocybaceae. The genus has a widespread distribution, and contains about 20 species.

                                               

Phaeonematoloma

Phaeonematoloma is a small genus of slender, fleshy mushrooms in the family Strophariaceae with large, brownish spores with a germ pore and with conspicuous chrysocystidia. The genus has several assigned species but may be monotypic. The type spe ...

                                               

Pholiotina

Pholiotina is a genus of small agaric fungi. It was circumscribed by Swiss mycologist Victor Fayod in 1889 for Conocybe -like species with partial veils. The genus has since been expanded to include species lacking partial veils.

                                               

Phyllotopsis

Phyllotopsis is a genus of fungi in the Tricholomataceae family. The widespread genus contain five species that are predominantly in temperate regions.

                                               

Physalacria

Physalacria is a genus of fungi in the family Physalacriaceae. The genus contains 30 species widely distributed in tropical regions of the Southern Hemisphere.

                                               

Pistillina

Pistillina is a genus of fungi in the order Agaricales. The genus has a widespread distribution in northern temperate areas and contains four species.

                                               

Podaxis

Podaxis is a genus of secotioid fungi in the family Agaricaceae. Species, which have the appearance of a "stalked-puffball", have a worldwide distribution, and tend to be found growing solitary or scattered on sandy soils, especially in arid regi ...

                                               

Pogonoloma

Pogonoloma is a mushroom genus in the family Tricholomataceae in a broad sense. The genus contains two species known from Europe. Pogonoloma was described first as a subgenus of the genus Porpoloma but recent molecular evidence separates the two ...

                                               

Porpolomopsis

Porpolomopsis is a genus of fungi in the family Hygrophoraceae. It was circumscribed in 2008 by Andreas Bresinsky to contain P. calyptriformis. Bresinsky separated it from the genus Hygrocybe based on its color and the absence of DOPA pigments. P ...

                                               

Protoglossum

Protoglossum is a genus of fungus in the Cortinariaceae family. The widespread genus contains eight species. Protoglossum was circumscribed by George Edward Massee in 1891.

                                               

Protostropharia

Protostropharia, is a coprophilous agaric fungal genus that produces glutinous, mostly yellowish to yellow brown fruit bodies. Characteristically most form chrysocystidia and rather large, smooth, violaceous basidiospores each with a prominent ge ...

                                               

Pseudobaeospora

Pseudobaeospora deckeri. Pseudobaeospora basii. Pseudobaeospora bavariae. Pseudobaeospora aphana. Pseudobaeospora lavendulamellata. Pseudobaeospora argentea. (Pseudobaeospora серебристой) Pseudobaeospora lamingtonensis. Pseudobaeospora chilensis. ...

                                               

Pseudoclitocybe

Pseudoclitocybe lenta. (Pseudoclitocybe лента) Pseudoclitocybe martipanis. Pseudoclitocybe atra. (Pseudoclitocybe ПТРК) Pseudoclitocybe lapalmaensis. Pseudoclitocybe obbata. Pseudoclitocybe cyathiformis. Pseudoclitocybe bacillaris. Pseudoclitocyb ...

                                               

Pseudotricholoma

Pseudotricholoma is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. The genus contains two species known from the Canada, the United States and Europe. Pseudotricholoma was described the mycologists Marisol Sanchez-Garcia and P. Brandon Matheny ...

                                               

Queletia

Queletia is a genus of fungi in the family Agaricaceae. The genus was described by Elias Magnus Fries in 1872. Fruit bodies of Queletia species are roughly spherical with a stipe-like base. They have a thin outer skin and a harder inner skin that ...

                                               

Radulomyces

Radulomyces is a genus of crust fungi in the family Pterulaceae. The genus has a widespread distribution and contains 11 species. It was circumscribed by Danish botanist Mads Peter Christiansen in 1960, with Radulomyces confluens as the type species.

                                               

Rectipilus

Rectipilus is a genus of cyphelloid fungi in the family Marasmiaceae. The widespread genus contains nine species. It was circumscribed by Reinhard Agerer in 1973.

                                               

Resupinatus

Resupinatus is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. Species are saprobic, and often found growing on the underside of decaying wood or sides of decaying woody substrates. The generic name is derived from the Latin resupinus.

                                               

Rhizocybe

Rhizocybe is a mushroom genus in the family Tricholomataceae in the broad sense. The species resemble Clitocybe and grow amongst litter in forests that are predominantly coniferous.

                                               

Rhodocollybia

Rhodocollybia is a genus of Basidiomycete mushroom. Species in this genus, formerly classified as a subgenus in Collybia, have fairly large caps broad), and have a pinkish-tinted spore print. Microscopically, they are characterized by having spor ...

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