Amylolepiota, Clavicybe and Cystodermella, new genera of the Agaricales

@inproceedings{Harmaja2002AmylolepiotaCA,
  title={Amylolepiota, Clavicybe and Cystodermella, new genera of the Agaricales},
  author={Harri Harmaja},
  year={2002}
}
Lepiota lignicola P.Karst., is referred to Amylolepiota Harmaja, n. gen., as Amylolepiota lignicola (P.Karst.) Harmaja, n. comb. Clitocybe clavipes (Pers. : Fr.) P.Kumm. (as the type) and two related species are separated from the externally very similar Clitocybe (Fr.) Staude to form a new genus, Clavicybe Harmaja. Clavicybe differs from Clitocybe: (i) the spore surface appears rough ith a high magnification, the anatomy de iates as (ii) the hygrophanity of the fruit body is different and (iii… 

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