Corpus ID: 88036267

Notes on Clitocybe s. lato (Agaricales)

@inproceedings{Harmaja2003NotesOC,
  title={Notes on Clitocybe s. lato (Agaricales)},
  author={Harri Harmaja},
  year={2003}
}
Agaricus nebularis Batsch : Fr. is approved as the lectotype of the genus Clitocybe (Fr.) Staude (Agaricales: Tricholomataceae). Lepista (Fr.) W.G. Smith is a younger taxonomic synonym. Diagnostic characters of Clitocybe are discussed; among the less known ones are: (i) a proportion of the detached spores adhere in tetrads in microscopic mounts, (ii) the spore wall is cyanophilic, and (iii) the mycelium is capable of reducing nitrate. Three new nomenclatural combinations in Clitocybe are made… 
Cleistocybe, a new genus of Agaricales
TLDR
Cleistocybe is known only from western North America in coniferous forests and appears most closely related to the ectomycorrhizal genus Catathelasma and the saprotrophic genera Callistosporium, Macrocybe, and Pleurocollybia based on nLSU-rDNA phylogenetic analysis.
Trichocybe, a new genus for Clitocybe puberula (Agaricomycetes, Agaricales)
TLDR
According to the present analysis, also Clitocybe phaeophthalma seems to represent an independent evolutive line in the clitocyboid fungi, which suggests adopting the genus Singerocybe Harmaja for this taxon as well as similar ones.
Atractosporocybe, Leucocybe and Rhizocybe: three new clitocyboid genera in the Tricholomatoid clade (Agaricales) with notes on Clitocybe and Lepista
TLDR
Three new genera of clitocyboid fungi are proposed, characterized by the presence of conspicuous rhizomorphs, while Atractosporocybe presents long fusiform spores and Leucocybe includes two whitish species in the former section Candicantes of Clitocybe, but no relevant shared characteristic feature was detected.
gen . nov . and Paralepista ( Basidiomycota , Agaricales )
Paralepistopsis, a new genus in Agaricales, is proposed for the rare toxic species, Clitocybe amoenolens from North Africa (Morocco) and southern and southwestern Europe and C. acromelalga from Asia
Pseudoclitocybaceae fam. nov. (Agaricales, Tricholomatineae), a new arrangement at family, genus and species level
TLDR
The analysis of ITS rDNA as well as a combined dataset including 18S and 28S rDNA, tef1 and rpb2 data, support significantly a shared monophyletic origin of the genera Pseudoclitocybe, Musumecia and Pogonoloma, and the species Clitocybe alexandri and C. harperi.
A new taxon in the Infundibulicybe gibba complex (Basidiomycota, Agaricales, Tricholomataceae) from Sardinia (Italy)
TLDR
A new species of Infundibulicybe (viz. I. mediterranea sp. nov.) is described from Sardinia based both on morphological and molecular ITS data, which differs from the latter in the darker tinges of the basidiomata, the stipe, and smaller basidiospores.
Deconstructing the Tricholomataceae (Agaricales) and introduction of the new genera Albomagister, Corneriella, Pogonoloma and Pseudotricholoma
TLDR
A phylogeny of the Tricholomatoid clade based on nucleotide sequence data from two nuclear ribosomal RNA genes (large subunit and small subunit) and the second-largest subunit of RNA polymerase II (rpb2) is presented.
A new clitocyboid genus Spodocybe and a new subfamily Cuphophylloideae in the family Hygrophoraceae (Agaricales)
TLDR
The analyses of ITS as well as two combined datasets supported that Spodocybe formed a well-supported monophyletic clade, and thatSpodocy be, Ampulloclitocybe, Cantharocybe and Cuphophyllus should be retained in the Hygrophoraceae as a new subfamily Cuphophicallloideae.
Major clades of Agaricales: a multilocus phylogenetic overview
TLDR
An overview of the phylogeny of the Agaricales is presented based on a multilocus analysis of a six-gene region supermatrix, which recovered six major clades, which are recognized informally and labeled theAgaricoid, Tricholomatoid, Marasmioid, Pluteoid, Hygrophoroid and Plicaturopsidoid clades.
Major clades of Agaricales: a multilocus phylogenetic overview
TLDR
An overview of the phylogeny of the Agaricales is presented based on a multilocus analysis of a six-gene region supermatrix, with at least 11 origins of the ectomycorrhizal habit appear to have evolved in the AgARicales.
...
1
2
3
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 31 REFERENCES
The genus Clitocybe (Agaricales) in Fennoscandia
TLDR
A taxonomic revision is made of the agaric genus Clitocybe (Fr.) Staude in Fennoscandia, the material comprising 3220 specimens, and some macroscopical, sporal, anatomical, ecological and other characters as well as certain responses to ultr~violet light are shown to be ± uniform throughout Clitocytes, and may thus be diagnostic of the genus.
A revision of the generic limit between Clitocybe and Lepista
HARMAJA, H . 1974: A rev1swn of the generic limit between Clitocybe and Lepi&ta. Kars.tenia 14: 82-92. On the basis of various spore characters, some already no1ed but partly neglected (e.g.
Singerella n. gen., a separate genus for Clitocybe hydrogramma
TLDR
The most important distinguishing character of the section Bulluliferae is the presence of peculiar vesicles in the hyphae of the epicutis, here called »intercalary dermatcchrysocystidia», which are lacking in the other speci•es of Clitocybe, and are probably also absent from the remainder of the Agaricales.
Type studies on Agaricales described as Clitocybe and Omphalina
The holotypes or type material of 17 species and one form described as Clitocybe (Fr.) Staude and one species described as Omphalina Que'!. have been scrutinized. All but one of the taxon names
Amylolepiota, Clavicybe and Cystodermella, new genera of the Agaricales
TLDR
A new genus, Clavicybe Harmaja, is described for a group of species with inamyloid spores segregated from Cystoderma Fayod and 12 new nomenclatural combinations in Cystodermella are made.
A further revision of the generic limit between Lepista and Clitocybe
TLDR
The genus Clitocybe (Fr.) Staude (Agaricales) is amended to comprise only species with cyanophobic spore wall, and the following fourteen new combinations are made: Lepista aeruginosa (Bigelow) Harmaja, L. fragran.
On hygrophany of the basidiocarp in the genus Clitocybe Kummer
TLDR
A necessary qualification for the tissue to be hygrophanous is that it be spongy and thus be able to absorb water by capillary attraction into the intercellular spaces and to transpire that «extra« water more or less easily.
Type studies in Clitocybe 3
The author discusses the type materials of Clitocybe Arnoldi Boud., C. brevipes Bigelow, C. griseifolia Murr., C. Harperi Murr., C. incomis (Karst.) Orton (Collybia incomis Karst.), and C. piperata
The division of the genus Lepista
TLDR
One new species, Lepista albofragrans Harmaja, is described and the following five new sections are described, distinguished by the degree of spore wall cyanophily and different ability of the mycelium to produce nitrite in culture.
Phylogeny of agarics: partial systematics solutions for core omphalinoid genera in the agaricales (Euagarics).
TLDR
The taxonomy of species previously assigned to Omphalina sensu lato or Clitocybe is reevaluated in light of recent molecularly-based phylogenetic hypotheses and the generic names Botrydina, Coriscium, Leptoglossum, Phaeotellus, Phytoconis, and Semiomphalina are discussed.
...
1
2
3
4
...