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FIRST UPDATE

(Winter 2006)
Many minor additions and corrections have been made to the printed Checklist published in 2005 (amended references and citations, additional new country and county records, etc.) as well as a few more substantial changes. These latter changes are noted below and include taxa newly discovered in the British Isles, names inadvertently omitted in the published Checklist, name changes, and a few species which have moved from ‘excluded’ to ‘included’ or vice-versa.
The database will continue to be updated and major changes will be noted in these pages every six months or so.
ADDITIONS & AMENDMENTS TO LIST OF

INCLUDED TAXA


BASIDIOMYCETES
Agaricus bisporus (J.E. Lange) Imbach

Agaricus campestris var. buchanani Berk.,Gard.

Chron. Nov. 24: 1039 (1860).

Agaricus campestris var. elongatus Berk.,Gard.

Chron. Dec. 1: 1061 (1860)

The two varieties listed above were described from hot beds or mushroom beds in Gloucestershire (Dyrham Park), but omitted from the published list. Considered synonyms of A. bisporus (as A. campestris var. hortensis) by Massee (1892).



Agaricus pseudopratensis (Bohus) Wasser, Ukr. Bot. Zh. 33: 250 (1976)

Psalliota pseudopratensis Bohus, Borbásia 1: 114

(1939)


E: !

H: English collection in coastal grass.

D: FAN5: 56 D+I: FungEur1: 68

Omitted from published list. Material at K from Essex (Tallesbury Marshes) in 1992. The description in FAN5 is partly based on this collection.



Agaricus rufotegulis Nauta

Name changed to A. subrufescens (q.v.).



Agaricus subrufescens Peck, Rep. (Annual) New York State Mus. Nat. Hist. 46: 25 (1894)

An earlier name and hence a name change (fide Kerrigan, Mycologia 97: 12-24, 2005) for the species previously listed as A. rufotegulis.


ALLOPSALLIOTA Nauta & Bas, in Nauta, Belg. J. Bot. 131: 189 (1999) [1998]

Agaricales, Agaricaceae

Type: Allopsalliota geesterani (Bas & Heinem.) Nauta & Bas



geesterani (Bas & Heinem.) Nauta & Bas, in Nauta, Belg. J. Bot. 131: 189 (1999) [1998]

Agaricus geesterani Bas & Heinem., Persoonia

13: 114 (1986)



E: !

H: Clustered and semi-hypogeous in soil.

D: FAN5: 62-63 D+I: FM6: 77-79

New record. Recent collections (2004) from Yorkshire (Potteric Carr) reported in FM6: 77-79.



Amaurodon atrocyaneus (Wakef.) Kõljalg & K.H. Larss., Syn. Fungorum 9: 33 (1996)

Tomentella atrocyanea Wakef., Trans. Brit.

Mycol. Soc. 49: 357 (1966)

E: !

H: English collections on Fagus log.

New record. Recent material (2006) at K from Hertfordshire.



Ceriporia herinkii Vampola, in Vampola & Pouzar,

Czech Mycol. 48: 316 (1996)

E: !

H: English collections on fallen wood, possibly Fagus, on chalk soil.

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from East & West Kent.



CHLOROPHYLLUM Massee, Bull. Misc. Inform. Kew: 136 (1898).

Agaricales, Agaricaceae

Type: Chlorophyllum molybdites (G. Mey.) Massee

This genus has now been extended to cover several north European taxa, following molecular research by Vellinga et al. (Mycologia 95: 442-456, 2003). The following entries are name changes for taxa previously listed in the genus Macrolepiota.

Chlorophyllum brunneum (Farl. & Burt) Vellinga, Mycotaxon 83: 416 (2002)

Lepiota brunnea Farl. & Burt, Icones farlowianae

8: pl. 6 (1929)



Lepiota bohemica Wichanský [nom. inval.],

Casopsis ceskoslov. houb. 38: 103 (1961)

Macrolepiota rhacodes var. bohemica

(Wichanský) Bellù & Lanzoni [nom. inval.],



Beitr. Kenntn. Pilze Mitteleurop. 3: 191 (1987)

Vellinga (Mycotaxon 85: 259-270, 2003; FM7(4): 136-140, 2006) has noted that the name Lepiota bohemica and subsequent combinations are invalid and that Lepiota brunnea is, in any case, the earliest valid name for the taxon.



Chlorophyllum olivieri (Barla) Vellinga, Mycotaxon 83: 416 (2002)

Chlorophyllum rhacodes (Vittad.) Vellinga, Mycotaxon 83: 416 (2002)

Clavaria atrofusca Velen., Novitates Mycologicae: 164 (1939)

E: !

H: In mossy grassland (churchyard).

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Hertfordshire.



Clavaria atroumbrina Corner, Monograph of Clavaria and Allied Genera: 691 (1950)

W: !

H: Welsh collections in calcareous pasture and lawns.

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Monmouthshire and (2006) Carmarthenshire.



Clitocybe collina (Velen.) Klán, Česká Mykol. 33: 36 (1979)

Cantharellus collinus Velen., České Houby 1: 83

(1920)


E: !

H: English collection on soil in chalk downland with

Crataegus monogyna.

I: FM7: 32

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Hampshire (see FM7: 32).



Clitocybe trulliformis (Fr.) Quél.

E: !

H: In grassland.

Move from ‘excluded’. Recent material (2004) at K from Yorkshire (Duncombe Park).



Coniophora marmorata Desm.

Included in error. Move to ‘aliens’ list.



Conocybe alboradicans Arnolds, Bib. Mycol. 90: 302 (1982)

W: !

H: In calcareous pasture.

New record. Recent material (2006) at K from Wales (Carmarthenshire) det. E. Arnolds.



COPRINELLUS P. Karst.

Agaricales, Psathyrellaceae

Type: Coprinellus deliquescens (Bull.) P. Karst.



Treated as a synonym of Coprinus in the published checklist, but now accepted as a separate genus. Unless indicated otherwise, the following entries are all name changes for taxa previously listed in the genus Coprinus.
amphithallus (M. Lange & A.H. Sm.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 232 (2001)

angulatus (Peck) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 232 (2001)

bisporiger (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 233 (2001)

bisporus (J.E. Lange) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 233 (2001)

congregatus (Bull.) P. Karst., Bidr. Bidrag Kännedom Finlands Natur Folk 32: 543 (1879)

curtus (Kalchbr.) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 233 (2001)

disseminatus (Pers.) J.E. Lange, Dansk Bot. Ark. 9(6): 93 (1938)

domesticus (Bolton) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 233 (2001)

ellisii (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 233 (2001)

ephemerus (Bull.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 233 (2001)

flocculosus (DC) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 233 (2001)

heptemerus (M. Lange & A.H. Sm.) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

heterosetulosus (Watling) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

heterothrix (Kühner) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

Coprinus heterothrix Kühner, Bull. Soc. Nat.

Oyonnax 10-11 (suppl.): 3 (1957)

E: !

H: On soil in parkland.

D: FAN6: 46 D+I: B&K4: 282.

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Buckinghamshire (Wotton House).

hiascens (Fr.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

impatiens (Fr.) J.E. Lange, Dansk Bot. Ark. 9(6): 93 (1938)

marculentus (Britzelm.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

micaceus (Bull.) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

pellucidus (P. Karst.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

plagioporus (Romagn.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

pyrrhanthes (Romagn.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

radians (Desm.) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

sassii (M. Lange & A.H. Sm.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

sclerocystidiosus (M. Lange & A.H. Sm.) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

subdisseminatus (M. Lange) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

subimpatiens (M. Lange & A.H. Sm.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

subpurpureus (A.H. Sm.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 234 (2001)

truncorum (Schaeff.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 235 (2001)

velatopruinatus (Bender) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 235 (2001)

verrucispermus (Joss. & Enderle) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 235 (2001)

Coprinus verrucispermus Joss. & Enderle, in

Bender & Enderle, Z. Mykol. 54: 67 (1988)



E: !

H: In grassland.

D: FAN6: 54-55

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Lancashire (Cuerdon Valley Park).

xanthothrix (Romagn.) Vilgalys, Hopple, & Jacq. Johnson,Taxon 50: 235 (2001)
COPRINOPSIS P. Karst.

Agaricales, Psathyrellaceae

Type: Coprinopsis friesii (Quél.) P. Karst..

Treated as a synonym of Coprinus in the published checklist, but now accepted as a separate genus. Unless indicated otherwise, the following entries are all name changes for taxa previously listed in the genus Coprinus.

acuminata (Romagn.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 226 (2001)

ammophilae (Courtec.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 226 (2001)

argentea (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 226 (2001)

atramentaria (Bull.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 226 (2001)

bicornis (Uljé & Horvers) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 227 (2001)

Coprinus bicornis Uljé & Horvers, in Uljé &

Noordeloos, Persoonia 17: 170 (1999)



E: !

H: On horse dung.

D: FAN6: 67-68

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Buckinghamshire (Hampden Common).

cinerea (Schaeff.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 227 (2001)

cinereofloccosa (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 227 (2001)

coniophora (Romagn.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 227 (2001)

cothurnata (Godey) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 227 (2001)

echinospora (Buller) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 227 (2001)

episcopalis (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 228 (2001)

erythrocephala (Lév.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 228 (2001)

filamentifer (Kühn.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 228 (2001)

friesii (Quél.) P. Karst., Acta Soc. Flora Faun. Fenn. 2: 27 (1881)

gonophylla (Quél.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 228 (2001)

jonesii (Peck) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 228 (2001)

krieglsteineri (Bender) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

kubickae (Pilát & Svrček) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

laanii (Kits van Wav.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

lagopides (P. Karst.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

lagopus (Fr.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

luteocephala (Watling) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

macrocephala (Berk.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

martinii (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

narcotica (Batsch.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

nivea (Pers.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 229 (2001)

ochraceolanata (Bas) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 230 (2001)

pachyderma (Bogart) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 230 (2001)

pachysperma (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 230 (2001)

phaeospora (P. Karst.) P. Karst, Acta Soc. Flora Faun. Fenn. 2: 27 (1881)

picacea (Bull.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 230 (2001)

pseudofriesii (Pilát & Svrček) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 230 (2001)

pseudonivea (Bender & Uljé) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 230 (2001)

E: ! W: !

H: British collections on cow and deer(?) dung.

Additional, recent material (2006) at K from Wales (Carmarthenshire).



pseuodradiata (Watling) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 230 (2001)

radicans (Romagn.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 230 (2001)

romagnesiana (Singer) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 230 (2001)

sclerotiger (Watling) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 231 (2001)

scobicola (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 231 (2001)

semitalis (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 231 (2001)

spelaiophila (Bas & Uljé) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 231 (2001)

stangliana (Enderle, Bender & Gröger) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 231 (2001)

stercorea (Fr.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 231 (2001)

tigrinella (Boud.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 231 (2001)

trispora (Kemp & Watling) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 232 (2001)

urticola (Berk. & Broome) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 232 (2001)

utrifer (Watling) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 232 (2001)

vermiculifer (Dennis) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo,Taxon 50: 232 (2001)
COPRINUS Pers.

Agaricales, Agaricaceae

Molecular research has shown that Coprinus sensu lato is a heterogeneous grouping: the type (C. comatus) and a few related species belong in the Agaricaceae, whilst the bulk of species belong in the Psathyrellaceae. Redhead et al. (Taxon 50: 203-241, 2001) proposed moving the latter grouping into the segregate genera Coprinellus, Coprinopsis, and Parasola. A counter-proposal (Jørgensen et al., Taxon 50: 909, 2001) to conserve the name Coprinus for much of the latter grouping (by changing the type species to C. atramentarius) has now been defeated (Gams, Taxon 54: 12, 2005) and the proposal of Redhead et al. is accordingly adopted here. Coprinus comatus and C. sterquilinus remain in the genus Coprinus sensu stricto. Name changes for other species are listed under Coprinellus, Coprinopsis, and Parasola. Note that new combinations are currently lacking for a few taxa.



Cortinarius alcalinophilus Rob. Henry, Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 67: 301 (1952)

E: !

H: With Helianthemum sp.

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Kent (Queendown Warren).

Cortinarius betuletorum M.M. Moser

A synonym of C. raphanoides (q.v.), not vice versa.



Cortinarius casimiri (Velen.) Huijsman

E: ! W: ?

H: English collection on soil with Pinus sylvestris.

Move from ‘excluded’. Recent material (2006) at K from Surrey (Oxshott Heath).



Cortinarius paragaudis Fr.

Mis.: Cortinarius haematochelis sensu Moser (Schweiz. Z. Pilzk. 57: 113-124, 1965)



S: !

H: On soil in woodland near Betula sp.

Move from ‘excluded’. Recent material (2005) at K from Easterness (Abernethy Forest), where previously collected by Orton (NBA9: 551) as C. haematochelis.



Cortinarius raphanoides Pers., Syn. meth. fung.: 324 (1801)

The correct name for C. betuletorum, with which it was mistakenly placed in synonymy in the printed checklist.



Cortinarius tortuosus (Fr.) Fr.

S: !

H: Scottish collection with Pinus and Betula spp.

Move from ‘excluded’. Recent material (2005) at K from Easterness (Abernethy Forest).



Crepidotus caspari Velen., Mykologia 3: 70 (1926)

An earlier name and hence a name change (Česká Mycol. 57: 304, 2005) for C. lundellii.



Crepidotus lundellii Pilát

Name changed to C. caspari (q.v.).



Entoloma griseorubidum Noordel.

Delete as a separate entry. Placed by Noordeloos (FungEur5a) in synonymy with E. indutoides.


DENTIPELLIS Donk, Persoonia 2: 232 (1962)

Hericiales, Auriscalpiaceae

Type: Dentipellis fragilis (Pers.) Donk



fragilis (Pers.) Donk, Persoonia 2: 233 (1962)

E: !

H: On fallen hardwood branches, often of Fagus or Carpinus, on calcareous soils. English collection on Carpinus.

D: NM3: 284 D + I: B&K2: 238 285 I: FM7(4): 111 (2006)

New record. Recent material (2006) from East Kent (Faversham).


ERASTIA Niemelä & Kinnunen, Karstenia 45: 76 (2005)

Poriales, Coriolaceae

Type: Erastia salmonicolor (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Niemelä & Kinnunen



salmonicolor (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Niemelä & Kinnunen, Karstenia 45: 76 (2005)

Name change from Hapalopilus salmonicolor.


GYMNOPUS (Pers.) Roussel [non Gymnopus Quél. (1887)], Flora Calvados, Edn 2: 62 (1806)

Agaricales, Tricholomataceae

Type: Gymnopus fusipes (Bull.) Gray

As noted by Henrici (FM7(1): 4, 2006), the checklist has not yet adopted Gymnopus (regarded pro tem. as a synonym of Collybia) because of uncertainty over the application of the generic name. The most recent molecular study (Wilson & Desjardin, Mycologia 97(3): 667 – 679, 2005) suggests that only the type species, G. fusipes, and allied taxa (including e.g. Micromphale perforans, Collybia dryophila, and Marasmius androsaceus) should be referred to Gymnopus, whilst other species in the complex should be referred to Collybia sensu stricto, Marasmiellus sensu stricto, Rhodocollybia, Mycetinis Earle, and a number of unnamed or provisional clades. There seems no point in temporarily adopting these partial generic redispositions (which offer no updated names for species such as Collybia confluens and C. peronata). However, it is the intention to recognize Gymnopus et al. and update the checklist as soon as a fuller treatment is published.

Hapalopilus salmonicolor (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Pouzar

Name changed to Erastia salmonicolor (q.v.).



Hydnellum auratile (Britzelm.) Maas Geest.

Move to ‘excluded’.



Hyphoderma obtusum J. Erikss.

E: !

H: On conifer wood.

D: CNE3: 496-497

Move from ‘excluded’. Material at E from Yorkshire (Hebden Bridge).



Hyphodontia hastata (Litsch.) J. Erikss.

Grandinia hastata (Litsch.) Jülich, Int. J. Mycol.

Lichenol. 1: 36 (1982)

E: ! W: ?

D: CNE4: 647-649

H: English collection on an old basidiome on fallen

branch. An older Welsh report (on Clematis vitalba)

is unsubstantiated with voucher material.

Move from ‘excluded’. Recent material (2005) at K from Surrey.



Hypochnicium eichleri

Move to ‘excluded’ (q.v.).



Leptosporomyces fusoideus (Jülich) Krieglst.

E: !

H: English collection on fallen pine cones and twigs.

D+I: CNE3: 386-387 (as Fibulomyces fusoideus)

Move from ‘excluded’. Recent material (2005) at K from Surrey (Brookwood Cemetery). Reported from Wiltshire, but lacking voucher material.



Leucoagaricus crystallifer Vellinga, Persoonia 17:

475 (2000)



E: ! W: !

H: On soil in woodland and garden.

D: FAN5: 106-107

New record. Collections at K from Somerset and Breconshire. The species was segregated from L. serenus, so some older records of L. serenus sensu lato may be referable to L. crystallifer.



Macrolepiota olivieri (Barla) Wasser

Name changed to Chlorophyllum olivieri (q.v.).



Macrolepiota rhacodes (Vittad.) Singer

Name changed to Chlorophyllum rhacodes (q.v.).



Macrolepiota rhacodes var. bohemica (Wichanský) Bellù & Lanzoni [nom. inval.], Beitr. Kenntn. Pilze Mitteleurop. 3: 191 (1987)

Name changed to Chlorophyllum brunneum (q.v.).



Marasmiellus ornatissimus Noord. & Barkm.

E: !

H: English collections on dead attached Rubus stems.

New record. Move from synonymy of Resinomycena saccharifera. A distinct species, with recent material (2005) at K from East Suffolk and Surrey. Note minor correction to author citation.


MEMBRANOMYCES Jülich, Persoonia 8: 296 (1975)

Cantharellales, Clavulinaceae

Type: Membranomyces spurius (Bourdot) Jülich



spurius (Bourdot) Jülich, Persoonia 8: 296 (1975)

Corticium sprurium Bourdot, Rev. Sci. Bourb.

Centr. Fr. 35: 15 (1922)

Clavulicium spurium (Bourdot) J. Erikss. &

Hjortstam, in Eriksson, Hjortstam & Ryvarden,



Corticiaceae of North Europe 6: 1059 (1981)

E: !

H: On wood.

D: CNE6: 1058-1061 (as Clavulicium spurium)

New record. Recent material (2004) at K from Hertfordshire. Note that the collection illustrated in B&K2: 140 137 is not this species, but Coniophora puteana.



Mycena flavoalba (Fr.) Quél.

The correct name fide Maas Geesteranus (1992) for the species previously listed (following Maas Geesteranus, 1984) as M. luteoalba. (with M. flavoalba as a synonym).



Mycena luteoalba (Bolton) Gray

Move to ‘excluded’. A nomen dubium. Sensu auct = M. flavoalba (q.v.).


MYCENASTRUM Desv., Ann. Sci. Nat., Bot., sér. 2, 17: 147 (1842)

Lycoperdales, Mycenastraceae

Type: Mycenastrum corium (Guersent) Desvaux



corium (Guers.) Desv., Ann. Sci. Nat., Bot., sér. 2, 17: 147 (1842)

O: Channel Islands: !

H: In sandy soil at clifftop.

D: NM3: 341

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Jersey.


NODOTIA Hjortstam, Mycotaxon 28: 33

(1987)


Polyporales, Hyphodermataceae

Type: Nodotia aspera Hjortstam



lyndoniae (D.A. Reid) Hjortstam &

Ryvarden, Synopsis Fung. 18: 18 (2004)



Odontia lyndoniae D.A. Reid, Kew Bull. 10: 641 (1956) [1955]

Hypochnicium lyndoniae (D.A. Reid) Hjortstam, Mycotaxon 54: 187 (1995)

E: !

H: English collections on Picea sp.

New record. Described from Australia. Recent material (2002, 2004) at K from South Somerset and (det. K. Hjortstam) West Sussex.


PARASOLA

Agaricales, Psathyrellaceae

Type: Parasola plicatilis (Curtis) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple

Treated as a synonym of Coprinus in the published checklist, but now accepted as a separate genus. Unless indicated otherwise, the following entries are all name changes for taxa previously listed in the genus Coprinus.

auricoma (Pat.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 235 (2001)

galericuliformis (Watling) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 235 (2001)

hercules (Uljé & Bas) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 235 (2001)

kuehneri (Uljé & Bas) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 235 (2001)

leiocephala (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 236 (2001)

lilatincta (Uljé & Bas) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 236 (2001)

megasperma (P.D. Orton) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 236 (2001)

miser (P. Karst.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 236 (2001)

plicatilis (Curtis) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 235 (2001)

schroeteri (P. Karst.) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Hopple,Taxon 50: 236 (2001)

Peniophora pithya (Pers.) J. Erikss.

ROI: !

H: On Picea sitchensis log.

D: CNE5: 962-964

Move from ‘excluded’. Material (1993) at K from Clare (Sleive Elva).



Phellinus pseudopunctatus A. David, Dequatre, &

Fiasson, Mycotaxon 14: 171 (1982)



E: !

H: English collection on Cupressus macrocarpa.

D: EurPoly2: 511

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Hampshire (New Forest). Northernmost record of a largely mediterranean species.



Physisporinus rivulosus (Berk. & M.A. Curtis)

Ryvarden, Mycotaxon 20: 353 (1984)



E: !

H: English collections on burnt Pinus stump.

New record. Recent material (2005) at K from Surrey (Brookwood Cemetery).



Resupinatus poriaeformis (Pers.) Thorn, Moncalvo, & Redhead, Mycologia 97: 1148 (2005)

Name change for Stigmatolemma poriaeforme (note also the preferred spelling of the epithet). Thorn et al. maintain S. urceolatum as a separate species, though the present checklist considers it a synonym.



Russula integra var. oreas Romagn., Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 31: 177 (1962)

S: !

H: In Sphagnum sp. with Pinus sylvestris.

New record. Material (2003) at K from Aberdeenshire (Linn of Dee).



Russula pectinata (Bull.) Fr.

E: !

H: Surrey collection with Carpinus.

I: FM6: 111

Move from ‘excluded’ . Material (2001) at K from Surrey (Kew, Royal Botanic Gardens). Also recorded from Essex (Epping Forest) in FM 6: 111-112.



Russula pseudoolivascens Kärcher, Z. Mykol. 68: 174 (2002)

W: !

H: Welsh collection with Betula sp.

I: FM4: 99

New record. Material (1999) at K from Caernarvonshire (Capel Curig).



Russula pulchrae-uxoris Reumaux

Delete as a separate entry and move to synonymy of Russula rhodomelanea.



Russula rhodomelanea Sarnari, Rivista Micol. 36(1): 53 (1993)

Russula mairei var. rhodomelanea (Sarnari)

Reumaux, in Reumaux & Moënne-Loccoz, Les



Russules Emétiques: 179 (2003)

Russula pulchrae-uxoris Reumaux

Mis. Russula emeticella sensu Romagnesi (Bull.



Soc. Mycol. France 96: 304, 1980)

D+I: Sarn: 580-586

Name change for Russula pulchrae-uxoris, which is considered a synonym. Now recorded from East Kent and South Hampshire as well as Surrey and West Kent.



Stigmatolemma poriaeforme (Pers.) W.B. Cooke

Name changed to Resupinatus poriaeformis (q.v.).



Tremella giraffa C.-J. Chen, Bib. Mycol. 174: 173

(1998)


E: !

H: English collection in hymenium of Dacrymyces stillatus.

New record. Recent material (2003) at K from Surrey (Kew, Royal Botanic Gardens).



Tremella obscura (L.S. Olive) M.P. Christ.

E: !

H: English collection in hymenium of Dacrymyces minor.

Move from ‘excluded’. Recent material (2005) at K from Surrey (Brookwood Cemetery).



Typhula sclerotioides (Pers.) Fr.

W: !

H: On Petasites sp.

Move from ‘excluded’. Recent material (2003) at K from Caernarvonshire (Bangor).


UREDINIOMYCETES

BAUHINUS R.T. Moore, Mycotaxon 45: 98 (1992)

Microbotryales: Microbotryaceae

Type: Bauhinus tragopogonis-pratensis (Pers.) R.T. Moore

Unless indicated otherwise, the following entries are all name changes for taxa previously listed in the genus Ustilago (Ustilaginiomycetes).

anomalus (J. Kuntze) Denchev & R.T. Moore,

Mycotaxon 45: 99 (1992)

Microbotryum anomalum (J. Kuntze) Vánky,

Mycotaxon 67: 39 (1998)

bistortarum (DC.) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65: 421

(1997)


Microbotryum bistortarum (DC.) Vánky, Mycotaxon

67: 40 (1998)



cordae (Liro) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65: 422 (1997)

Microbotryum cordae (Liro) G. Deml & Prillinger,

Bot. Acta 104: 10 (1991)

flosculorum (DC.) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65: 422

(1997)


Microbotryum flosculorum (DC.) Vánky, Mycotaxon

67: 43 (1998)



intermedius (J. Schröt.) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65:

422 (1997)



Microbotryum intermedium (J. Schröt.) Vánky,

Mycotaxon 67: 44 (1998)

kuehneanus (R. Wolff) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65:

423 (1997)



Microbotryum kuehneanum (R. Wolff) Vánky,

Mycotaxon 67: 45 (1998)

marginalis (DC.) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65: 423

(1997)


Ustilago marginalis (DC.) Lév., in Orbigny, Dict.

Univ. hist. nat. 12: 778

Microbotryum marginale (DC.) Vánky, Mycotaxon

67: 45 (1998)



E: !

H: In leaves of Persicaria bistorta.

New record. A single collection from Worcestershire in 1921, recently identified and reported in Myc. 20: 94 (2006).



parlatorei (A.A. Fisch. Waldh.) Denchev, Mycotaxon

65: 423 (1997)



Microbotryum parlatorei (A.A. Fisch. Waldh.)

Vánky, Mycotaxon 67: 48 (1998)



pustulatus (DC.) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65: 424

(1997)


Microbotryum pustulatum (DC.) R. Bauer &

Oberw., Canad. J. Bot. 75: 1309 (1997)



reticulatus (Liro) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65: 424

(1997)


Microbotryum reticulatum (Liro) R. Bauer &

Oberw., Canad. J. Bot. 75: 1311



scabiosae (Vánky) Denchev & R.T. Moore,

Mycologia Balcanica 3: 73 (2006)

Microbotryum scabiosae Vánky, Mycotaxon 67: 52

(1998)


stygius (Liro) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65: 424 (1997)

Microbotryum stygium (Liro) Vánky, Mycotaxon 67:

50 (1998)



succisae (Magnus) Denchev, Mycotaxon 65: 424

(1997)


Microbotryum succisae (Magnus) R. Bauer &

Oberw., Canad. J. Bot. 75: 1311



tragopogonis-pratensis (Pers.) R.T. Moore,

Mycotaxon 45: 99 (1992)

Microbotryum tragopogonis-pratensis (Pers.) R.

Bauer & Oberw., Canad. J. Bot. 75: 1311



vinosus (Tul. & C. Tul.) R.T. Moore, Mycotaxon 45:

99 (1992)



Microbotryum vinosum (Tul. & C. Tul.) Denchev,

Bot. Acta 104: 10
CELATOGLOEA P. Roberts, Mycologist 19: 69 (2005)

Incertae sedis

Type: Celatogloea simplicibasidium (Lindsey & Gilb.) P. Roberts



simplicibasidium (Lindsey & Gilb.) P. Roberts, Mycologist 19: 69 (2005)

E: !

H: In hymenium of Corticium roseum on Salix sp.

D+I: Myc19(2): 69-71

New record. Recent material (2003) at K from Norfolk.


CLASSICULA R. Bauer, Begerow, Oberw., & Marvanová, Mycologia 95: 757 (2003)

Classiculales, Classiculaceae

Type: Classicula naiadella R. Bauer, Begerow, Oberw., & Marvanová



naiadella R. Bauer, Begerow, Oberw., & Marvanová, Mycologia 95: 757 (2003)

The teleomorph of Naiadella fluitans. The anamorph was incorrectly listed under the latter name in the printed checklist.


HARADAEA Denchev, Mycologia

Balcanica 3: 72 (2006)

Microbotryales: Microbotryaceae

Type: Haradaea duriaeana (Tul. & C. Tul.) Denchev

& H.D. Shin

duriaeana (Tul. & C. Tul.) Denchev & H.D. Shin,

Mycologia Balcanica 3: 72 (2006)

Microbotryum duriaeanum (Tul. & C. Tul.) Vánky,

Mycotaxon 67: 43 (1998)

Name change for Ustilago duriaena.



Microbotryum saponariae M. Lutz, Göker, M.

Piatek, Kemler, Begerow & Oberw., Mycological



Progress 4: 233 (2005)

E: !

H: In anthers of Saponaria officinalis.

New record. A single British record from Cambridgeshire in 1998, reported in Myc. 20: 93 (2006).



Naiadella fluitans Marvanová & Bandoni

Should be listed under the teleomorph name, Classicula naiadella (q.v.).


USTILAGINOMYCETES

Entyloma crepidis-rubrae (Jaap) Liro, Ann. Acad. Sci. Fenn., Ser. A, 42: 139 (1935)

E: !

H: In leaves of Crepis capillaris.

Omitted from published list. Material at K from Surrey (Elmbridge Cemetery), reported in Myc14: 188 (2000).



Entyloma dactylidis (Pass.) Cif.

Name changed to Jamesdicksonia dactylidis (q.v.).



Entyloma irregulare Johanson

Name changed to Jamesdicksonia irregulare (q.v.).


Exobasidium splendidum Nannf., Symb. bot. upsal. 23: 58 (1981)

S: !

H: on deformed, bright red shoot tips of Vaccinium vitis-idaea.

A single record, from Perthshire (Black Wood of Rannoch) in 2003.


JAMESDICKSONIA Thirum., Pavgi &

Payak, Mycologia 52: 478 (1961)



Georgefischeriales, Georgefischeriaceae

Type: Jamesdicksonia obesa (Syd. & P. Syd.)

Thirum., Pavgi & Payak

dactylidis (Pass.) R. Bauer, Begerow, A. Nagler &

Oberw., Mycol. Res. 105: 422 (2001)

Name change for Entyloma dactylidis.

irregulare (Johanson) R. Bauer, Begerow, A. Nagler

& Oberw., Mycol. Res. 105: 422 (2001)

Name change for Entyloma irregulare.

Melanotaenium ari (Cooke) Lagerh.

Name changed to Melanustilospora ari (q.v.).


MELANUSTILOSPORA Denchev,

Mycotaxon 87: 476 (2003)

Urocystales, Urocystaceae

Type: Melanustilospora ari (Cooke) Denchev



ari (Cooke) Denchev, Mycotaxon 87: 476 (2003)

Name change for Melanotaenium ari .



Urocystis bromi (Lavrov) Zundel

Move to ‘excluded’.


USTILAGO (Pers.) Roussel

Following Denchev & R.T. Moore (2006), species on dicot. herbs other than Caryophyllaceae, previously listed under Microbotryum or Ustilago in the printed checklist, have now been placed in the genus Bauhinus (q.v.) (Urediniomycetes).



corcontica (Bubak) Liro, Ann. Acad. Sci. Fenn., Ser. A, 17: 383 (1924)

E: !

H: In leaves & culms of Calamagrostis canescens.

New record. Two early collections from Norfolk, reported in Myc. 20: 92 (2006).



duriaeana Tul. & C. Tul.

Name change. Now placed in the Urediniomycetes within the genus Haradaea (q.v.).



scrobiculata Liro, Ann. Acad. Sci. Fenn.,

Ser. A, 17: 68 (1924)

E: !

H: In leaves & culms of Calamagrostis canescens.

New record. A single collection, from Norfolk, in 1970, reported in Myc. 20: 93 (2006).




ADDITIONS & AMENDMENTS TO LIST OF

ALIEN TAXA



BASIDIOMYCETES

Chlorophyllum abruptibulbum (R. Heim) Vellinga, Mycotaxon 83: 416 (2002)

Name change from Macrolepiota abruptibulba.



Coniophora marmorata Desm.

Moved from main list. British material is from buildings and a flower pot.



Coprinopsis kimurae (Hongo & Aoki) Redhead, Vilgalys, & Moncalvo, Taxon 50: 228 (2001)

Name change from Coprinus kimurae.


Coprinus kimurae Hongo & Aoki

Name changed to Coprinopsis kimurae (q.v.).


Macrolepiota abruptibulba (R. Heim) Heinem.

Name changed to Chlorophyllum abruptibulbum (q.v.).




ADDITIONS & AMENDMENTS TO LIST OF

EXCLUDED TAXA


BASIDIOMYCETES

albidopallens P. Karst., Omphalia, Meddeland. Soc.

Fauna Fl. Fenn. 16: 38 (1888)

Omitted from published list. A nomen dubium, listed by Rea (1922).



alexandri Singer, Mycena, Sydowia 15: 63 (1961)

Reported from Scotland (as M. alexandrii) in Shaw, P. & Thompson, D. (Eds), The Nature of the Cairngorms: 151, 2006, but unconfirmed.



ammophila (Lév.) Lloyd, Bovistella, Myc. Writ. I: 88 (1902)

Bovista ammophila Lév., Ann. Sci. Nat., Bot., sér.

3, 9: 129 (1848)

Omitted from published list, though included by Rea (1922). A synonym of B. radicata fide Kreisel & Calonge (Mycotaxon 48: 22, 1967), but sensu Rea is dubious.

auratile (Britzelm.) Maas Geest., Hydnellum

Move from ‘included’. Scottish records redetermined as H. aurantiacum (fide Dickson & Emmett, FM5(2): 49-51, 2004).



avellanea (Bres.) Höhn. & Litsch., Peniophora, Sber. Akad. Wiss. Wien, Math.-naturw. Kl., Abt. 1 117: 1094 (1908)

Kneiffia avellanea Bres., Ann. mycol. 1(2): 102

(1903)


Omitted from published list. A nomen dubium, listed by Rayner (Bull. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 13(2): 117, 1979) as British, but no details traced.

biformis (Peck) Singer, Collybia, Sydowia 15: 55 (1962)

Marasmius biformis Peck, Bull. New York State

Mus. Nat. Hist. 67: 25 (1903)

Reported from Surrey (Wisley) on woodchip mulch (Myc18: 12-15, 2004), but there is no voucher collection at K.



brassicaecola Berk. & Broome, Tremella [ined.]

Omitted from published list. An herbarium name, but used in print (e.g.) by Ralfs (Trans. Penzance Nat. Hist. Antiq. Soc. N.S. 1: 48, 1881). The original collection (Cornwall, on cabbage stump) at K appears to be a Fusarium sp.



confluens P. Karst., Dacrymyces, Meddeland. Soc.

Fauna Fl. Fenn.14: 83 (1887)

Reported from Scotland (Curr Wood) in Shaw, P. & Thompson, D. (Eds), The Nature of the Cairngorms: 153, 2006, but lacking a voucher collection.



dillenii Davies, Agaricus, Welsh Botanology: 124 (1813)

A nomen dubium, omitted from published list. Described from Wales, with reference to an earlier English collection. Davies gave no description, but referred back to Dillenius’s 1724 edition of Ray’s Synopsis (p. 3, n. 13) which describes a fleshy, blue-grey (‘sublividus’) agaric with white lamellae and short, bulbous, pale violaceous stipe growing in pastures in December. Possibly a species of Lepista or a variant of Clitocybe nebularis.



eichleri, (Bres.) J. Erikss. & Ryvarden, Hypochnicium

Move from ‘included’. A nomen dubium included in error. British records sensu CNE4 = H. albostramineum or H. punctulatum.



emeticella (Singer) J. Blum, Russula

Russula emetica subsp. fragilis f. emeticella Singer,

Bot. Centralbl. 49(2): 305 (1932)

Russula emetica subsp. emeticella (Singer) Singer

Move from ‘included’, where it is treated as a synonym of R. silvestris. A nomen dubium. Singer’s original description was minimal and somewhat contradicted by his later revision, leading to several interpretations. Sensu Blum is R. betularum. Sensu NCL and Rayner (1985) is R. silvestris. Sensu Romagnesi (Bull. Soc. Mycol. France 96: 304, 1980) is R. rhodomelanea. The combination by Hora cited in NCL would have been superfluous and was in fact never published.



foliicola Fuckel, Tremella, Jahrb. Nassauischen

Vereins Naturk. 23-24: 402 (1870)

Omitted from published list. Recorded from Norfolk by Phillips & Plowright (Grevillea 13: 50), but is a conidial ascomycete, a synonym of Hainesia rubi (Westend) Sacc., parasitic on sori of species of Phragmidium on leaves of Rubus spp.



fuliginosa (Pers.) Lév., Hymenochaete

Recent material (2005) at K (determined by Parmasto as ‘cf.’ this species) from Cornwall.



hirtum (Velen.) Noordel., Entoloma, Persoonia 10:

223 (1979)



Nolanea hirta Velen., Mykologia 6: 28 (1929)

Pouzaromyces hirtus (Velen.) P.D. Orton,

Mycologist 5(4): 175 (1991)

Omitted from published list. Listed as British by Orton (1991), but based on a doubtfully determined collection.



luteoalba (Bolton) Gray, Mycena

Move from ‘included’. A nomen dubium. Sensu auct. = M. flavoalba.



marginella (Fr.) Rea, Mycena [nom. illegit., non M. marginella (Pers.) P. Kumm. (1871)], Brit. Basidiomyc.: 373 (1922)

Agaricus marginellus Fr. [nom. illegit., non A.

marginellus Pers. (1801], Hym. Eur.: 131

(1874)


Omitted from published list. A nomen dubium. Sensu Rea = Mycena amicta.

pulverulenta (Lév.) Cooke, Coniophora, Syll. fung. 6: 649 (1888)

Thelephora pulverulenta Lév., Ann. Sci. Nat.,

Bot., sér. 3, 5: 149 (1846)

Omitted from published list. A tropical species, reported as British by Massee (1892) and Rea (1922), but misdetermined.



ryvardenii Hallenb. & Hjortstam, Phlebia, Mycotaxon 31: 439 (1988)

Omitted from published list. Reported from the Orkney Islands by Watling et al. (1999), but the record is doubtful.



succineus Sprée, Dacrymyces, in Rabenhorst, Fungi

Europ. Exsic. 680 (1864)

Omitted from published list. A conidial discomycete,

now recombined as Pseudocenangium succineum

(Sprée) Dyko & Sutton.


USTILAGINOMYCETES
bromi (Lavrov) Zundel, Urocystis

Move from ‘included’. The cited collection was based on host misidentification and represents U. agropyri on Agropyron repens.


pachysporum Nannf., Exobasidium, Symb. Bot. Upsal. 23: 54 (1981)

Omitted from published list. Reported as British in Ing (1994), followed by Redfern et al. (2002), but in error.





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