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Leucoinocybe

Leucoinocybe Singer ex Antonín, Borovička, Holec & Kolařík, in Antonín et al., Fungal Biology 123(6): 441 (2019)

Etymology: Macroscopically similar to species of the genus Inocybe but having white lamellae.

Diagnosis: Basidiospores moderately large, smooth, amyloid; cheilocystidia present, but sometimes scattered; pleurocystidia absent or present but scattered, similar to cheilocystidia; pileipellis an (ixo)cutis with the presence or absence of pileocystidia, if pileocystidia absent, then pileocystidioid terminal cells present; caulocystidia present, distinct; clamp connections present in all studied tissues.

Index Fungorum number: IF825128

Type species: Leucoinocybe lenta (Maire) Antonín, Borovička, Holec & Kolařík, in Antonín et al., Fungal Biology 123(6): 441 (2019)

Notes: The original description by Singer (1943) was invalid because the genus was described provisionally (ad interim). Singer delimited the group as follows: “Leuco-Inocybe gen. nov. ad int. Pileo epicute haud diverticulata, hypodermate haud celluloso, sed pilis liberis instructo. Lamellis subliberis, latiusculis. Sporis ellipsoidalibus vel amygdaliformibus, amyloideis, mediocriter voluminosis. Trama lamellarum regulari, haud amyloidea. Habitus marasmioidearum vel inocybis. Typus gen. L. lenta (Mre.) (Singer, 1943) ˮ. The invalidity was mentioned by Donk (1962) and Horak (1968), too.

 

Species

Leucoinocybe auricoma (Har. Takah.) Matheny 2020

Leucoinocybe lenta (Maire) Antonín, Borovička, Holec & Kolařík 2019

Leucoinocybe sulcata (K.N.A. Raj & Manim.) Antonín, Borovička, Holec & Kolařík 2019

Leucoinocybe taniae (Vila) Antonín, Borovička, Holec & Kolařík 2019

 

Reference:

Antonín, V; Borovička, J; Holec, J; Piltaver, A; Kolařík, M. 2019. Taxonomic update of Clitocybula sensu lato with a new generic classification. Fungal Biology. 123(6):431-447

 

About Basidiomycota

The webpage Basidiomycota provides an up-to-date classification and account of all genera of the phylum Basidiomycota.

 

Supported by 

Thailand Science Research and Innovation (TSRI)

project entitled:

"Macrofungi diversity research from the Lancang-Mekong Watershed and surrounding areas"

(Grant No. DBG6280009)

Contact

  • Email: basidio.org@yahoo.com
  • Addresses:
    Mushroom Research Foundation, 292 Moo 18, Bandu District,
    Muang Chiangrai 57100, Thailand
  • The State Key Lab of Mycology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, No.3 1st Beichen West Rd., Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, P.R. China


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