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FOURTH UPDATE

(Summer 2009)
Many minor additions and corrections have been made to the printed Checklist published in 2005 (additional new county records, etc.) as well as a few more substantial changes. These latter changes are noted below (and in the First, Second, and Third Updates, Winter 2006, Autumn 2007, and Summer 2008) and include taxa newly discovered in the British Isles, names inadvertently omitted in the printed Checklist, name changes, and a few species which have moved from ‘excluded’ to ‘included’ or vice-versa. Publication references are not repeated where they are already given in the printed Checklist.
The database will continue to be updated and major changes will be noted in these pages every nine months or so.
ADDITIONS & AMENDMENTS TO LIST OF

INCLUDED TAXA


BASIDIOMYCETES
Agaricus campestris L.

Pratella campestris (L.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 626 (1821)

Add Pratella campestris to synonymy.



Agaricus cappellianus Hlaváček

Pratella campestris β vaporaria (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 626 (1821)

Add Pratella campestris β vaporaria to synonymy.



Agrocybe erebia (Fr.) Singer

Agaricus leveillianus Dozy & Molk., Tijdschr. Nat. Gesch. Phys. 12: 277 (1845)

Add Agaricus leveillianus, recorded as British by Berkeley (1860), to synonymy (fide Nauta, FAN 6: 218).



Amanita citrina var. alba (Pers.) Quél. & Bataille

Amanita bulbosa Pers., Syn. meth. fung.: 250 (1801)

Add Amanita bulbosa, reported from Britain by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 599 (1821)], to synonymy.



Amanita simulans Contu, Boll. Acc. Gioenia Sci. Nat. 356: 11 (1999)

Mis.: Amanita malleata (Piane ex Bon) Contu sensu auct.



E: !

H: On limestone soil, with Corylus and Quercus spp.

I: C&D 273 (as A. malleata) D+I: Mycologist 2: 66 (1988)(as A. malleata); FM 10(1): 19-20 (2009)

New record. A recent collection (2008) at K from Shropshire.


BARTHELETIA G. Arnaud ex Scheuer et al., Mycol. Res. 112: 1269 (2008)

Incertae sedis, Bartheletiaceae

Type: Bartheletia paradoxa G. Arnaud ex Scheuer et al.



Bartheletia paradoxa G. Arnaud ex Scheuer et al., Mycol. Res. 112: 1269 (2008)

E: !

H: On fallen leaves of Ginkgo biloba.

A new species found to be widespread in Europe with ginkgo. Three recent (2008) collections at K from Surrey.



Boletus betulicola (Vassilkov) Pilát & Dermek

Delete as a separate taxon and add to synonymy of B. edulis (q.v.).



Boletus depilatus Redeuilh, Bull. trimest. Soc. Mycol. France 101: 389 (1986)

E: !

H: On calcareous soil, with Carpinus.

D+I: B&K3 52 6; FM 10(1): 22-23 (2009) I: C&D 433

New record. A recent collection (2008) at K from East Kent (Putt Wood). Close to B. impolitus, but with a distinctive hymeniform cuticle.



Boletus edulis Bull.

Boletus betulicola (Vassilkov) Pilát & Dermek

Boletus edulis var. betulicola Vassilkov

Boletus edulis f. betulicola (Vassilkov) Vassilkov

Delete B. betulicola as a separate taxon and add to synonymy, following molecular research by Beugelsdijk et al. [Persoonia 20: 1-7 (2008)].



Boletus subappendiculatus Dermek, Lazebn. & J. Veselský, Fungorum Rar. Icon. Color. 9: 13 (1979)

D+I: [Add] FM7(2): 49 (2006)

Amend author citation and publication reference.


BOVISTA Pers., in Roemer, Neues Mag. Bot. 1: 86 (1794)

Correction to date and place of publication.


CALLISTOSPORIUM Singer, Mycologia 36: 363 (1944)

Agaricales, Tricholomataceae

Type: Callistosporium palmarum (Murrill) Singer


luteo-olivaceum (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Singer, Lloydia 9: 117 (1946)

E: !

H: English collection on rotten wood.

D: FAN3 104 D+I: FM 10(1): 24-25 (2009)

New record. A recent (2008) collection at K from North Somerset.



Chroogomphus rutilus (Schaeff.) O.K. Mill.

Cortinarius rutilus (Schaeff.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 629 (1821)

Add Cortinarius rutilus to synonymy.



Clavulina rugosa (Bull.) J. Schröt.

Ramaria rugosa (Bull.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 655 (1821)

Add Ramaria rugosa to synonymy.



Clitocybe foetens Melot

E: ? W: !

H: Welsh collection on acidic heath.

Move from 'excluded'. A recent collection (2008) at K from Wales (Pembrokeshire), det. E. Arnolds. Previously reported from England (West Sussex), but without voucher material.



Clitocybe odora (Bull.) P. Kumm.

Agaricus viridis Huds. [nom. illegit. (superf.; A. virens Scop. 1772 included in synonymy); non A. viridis With. (1792); non A. viridis Schrad. (1794)], Fl. angl., Edn 2, 2: 614 (1778)

Clitocybe viridis (Huds.) Gillet [nom. illegit. (superf.)], Hyménomycètes: 158 (1874)

Amend author citation and publication reference for Agaricus viridis. Hudson placed the earlier A. virens Scop. in synonymy with A. viridis, hence the latter name is illegitimate. Also amend author citation of Clitocybe viridis, which is equally illegitimate.



Conocybe macrospora (G.F. Atk.) Hauskn.

C. ochracea f. macrospora (G.F. Atk.) Kühner ex Watling

Listed from Scotland (St Kilda) in Watling [Trans. Bot. Soc. Edinb. 41: 170 (1971)], but presumably in error, since the combination (attributed to Kühner) cannot be traced.



Coprinellus dilectus (Fr.) Redhead et al., Taxon 50(1): 233 (2001)

Coprinus dilectus Fr.

S: !

H: On twigs in wet places.

D+I: FM 10(1): 15-18 (2009)

Move from ‘excluded’. Known in Britain from Perthshire, South Aberdeenshire, and (2008) the Isle of Arran. This is Coprinus dilectus sensu Josserand (Bull. Soc. Mycol. France 57: 36-49 (1941)], NCL and BFF2, non sensu Lange (Fl.Dan4: 157A) which is Coprinopsis erythrocephala.



Coprinopsis marcescibilis (Britzelm.) Örstadius & E. Larss., Mycol. Res. 112: 1180 (2008)

Psathyrella marcescibilis (Britzelm.) Singer

A change of genus for Psathyrella marcescibilis, based on molecular research [Larsson & Örstadius, Mycol. Res. 112(10): 1165-1185 (2008)].



Coprinopsis pannucioides (J.E. Lange) Örstadius & E. Larss., Mycol. Res. 112: 1180 (2008)

Psathyrella pannucioides (J.E. Lange) M.M. Moser

A change of genus for Psathyrella pannucioides, based on molecular research [Larsson & Örstadius, Mycol. Res. 112(10): 1165-1185 (2008)].



Coprinus sterquilinus (Fr.) Fr.

Coprinus oblectus (Bolton) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 634 (1821)

Correct author citation and publication reference for Coprinus oblectus.



Cortinarius bulbosus (Sowerby) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 630 (1821)

Correct author citation and publication reference.



Cortinarius cisticola Frøslev & T. S. Jeppesen, Mycol. Res. 110: 1051 (2006)

E: ! W: !

H: On soil, in grassland on limestone, with Helianthemum nummularium.

New record. A species in the C. calochrous group, typically occurring with Cistus or Helianthemum spp. A recent collection (2008) at K from England (North Somerset). Also reported (as C. calochrous) from Derbyshire in 2004 and Wales (Glamorganshire) in 2006.



Cortinarius caerulescens (Schaeff.) Fr.

Cortinarius cyanus β caerulescens (Schaeff.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 627 (1821)

Add Cortinarius cyanus β caerulescens to synonymy.



Cortinarius diosmus Kühner, Bull. Mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon 24: 39 (1955)

E: ? S: !

H: Scottish collection on soil, with Betula sp.

D+I: FM 10(1): 20-21 (2009)

New record. A recent collection (2008) at K from South Aberdeen. Previously reported from Surrey, but without voucher material.



Cortinarius glaucopus (Schaeff.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 629 (1821)

Amend author citation and publication reference.



Cortinarius poppyzon Melot, Docum. Mycol. 20(77): 96 (1989)

S: !

H: Scottish collection on soil, with Pinus sp.

D+I: B&K5 214 259 (as C. malachius); FM 10(1): 21-22 (2009)

New record. A recent collection (2008) at K from South Aberdeen.



Cortinarius sanguineus (Wulfen) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 629 (1821)

Amend author citation and publication reference.



Cortinarius violaceus (L.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 628 (1821)

Amend publication reference.



Cristinia eichleri (Bres.) Nakasone, Crypt. Mycol. 29: 256 (2008)

Radulum eichleri Bres., Ann. Mycol. 1: 89 (1903)

Radulum gallicum Pilát

Cristinia gallica (Pilát) Jülich

Mis.: Cristinia mucida sensu Erikss. & Ryvarden (1975)

Mis.: Radulum mucidum sensu Bourdot & Galzin (1928)

An earlier name and hence a name change [fide Nakasone, Crypt. Mycol. 29: 231-257 (2008)] for the species previously listed as C. gallica. Widely distributed but uncommon in England. Reported from Scotland but unsubstantiated with voucher material.



Cristinia gallica (Pilát) Jülich

Name changed to C. eichleri (see above).



Crucibulum laeve (Huds.) Kambly

Cyathus scutellaris Roth, Catal. bot. 1: 217 (1797)

Add C. scutellaris, recorded as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 588 (1821)], to synonymy [fide Brodie (1975)].


DENDROCOLLYBIA R.H. Petersen & Redhead, Mycol. Res. 105(2): 169 (2001)

Agaricales, Tricholomataceae

Type: Dendrocollybia racemosa (Pers.) R.H. Petersen & Redhead

A molecular investigation of Collybia [Hughes et al., Mycol. Res. 105(2): 164-172 (2001)] has shown that the genus, even in its strict sense, is heterogeneous. As a result, the new genus Dendrocollybia has been created for C. racemosa (below).

racemosa (Pers.) R.H. Petersen & Redhead

Collybia racemosa (Pers.) Quél.

Dichomitus efibulatus A.M. Ainsworth & Ryvarden, Synopsis Fungorum 25: 49 (2008)

E: !

H: On dead attached and fallen branches of Corylus and Prunus spinosa.

A new species with unclamped hyphae, recently described from Cornwall and Devon.



Entoloma gerriae Noordel., Persoonia 11(2): 199 (1981)

E: !

D+I: FAN1 106-107

New record. A recent collection (2008) at K from West Gloucestershire.



Entoloma roseoalbum Arnolds & Noordel., Fung. Eur. 5a: 857 (2004)

E: !

H: English collection in Alnus-Betula swamp.

D+I: FM 10(1): 20 (2009)

New record. A recent collection (2008) at K from Shropshire.



Entoloma sericeum (Bull.) Quél.

Entoloma sericeum f. nolaniforme (Kühner) Noordel., Persoonia 10: 480 (1980)

Add f. nolaniforme, recorded from Middlesex and Surrey but omitted from printed Checklist, to synonymy. Considered a synonym by Noordeloos (FungEur5).



Fayodia anthracobia (J. Favre) Knudsen

Fayodia bisphaerigera var. anthracobia J. Favre

E: ? S: !

H: On burnt soil.

D+I: FAN3 154

Move from 'excluded'. Recent collection (2007) at K from Scotland (Kindrogan). Reported from Yorkshire but unsubstantiated with voucher material.



Galerina vittiformis (Fr.) Singer

Galerina vittiformis f. tetraspora Singer & A.H. Sm. [nom. inval.], Genus Galerina: 328 (1964)

Correct author citation and publication reference for the synonym f. tetraspora (a taxon never validly published).



Gomphidius glutinosus (Schaeff.) Fr.

Cortinarius viscidus (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 629 (1821)

Cortinarius viscidus β atropunctus (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 629 (1821)

Add Cortinarius viscidus and β atropunctus to synonymy.



Gymnopilus junonius (Fr.) P.D. Orton

Lepiota aurea Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 588 (1821)

Mis.: Agaricus aureus Bull. sensu Sowerby (Col. fig. Engl. fung. pl. 77 (1797), sensu Cooke [Ill. Brit. fung. 373 (345) Vol. 3 (1895)]

Add Lepiota aurea Gray to synonymy and correct author citation for Agaricus aureus.

Hohenbuehelia tremula (Schaeff.) Thorn & G.L. Barron

Crepidopus epigaeus β tremulus (Schaeff.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 617 (1821)

Add Crepidopus epigaeus β tremulus to synonymy.


HYDNOMERULIUS Jarosch & Besl, Plant Biol. 3(4): 447 (2001)

Boletales, incertae sedis

Type: Hydnomerulius pinastri ( Fr.) Jarosch & Besl



pinastri (Fr.) Jarosch & Besl, Plant Biol. 3(4): 448 (2001)

Leucogyrophana pinastri (Fr.) Ginns & Weresub

Merulius sclerotiorum Falck, in A. Möller, Hausschwammforsch. 1: 93 (1907)

Hydnum sordidum Weinm., Hymen. Gasteromyc.: 370 (1836)

A new combination for Leucogryrophana pinastri. Note also amendments to the literature references for two of the synonyms, as given above.



Hydnum ellipsosporum Ostrow & Beenken, Z. Mykol. 70(2): 139 (2004)

S: !

H: On soil.

D+I: Karstenia 46: 17-24 (2006)

New record. A recent collection (2008) at E from Kindrogan. The species resembles H. rufescens, but the spores are clearly ellipsoid, rather than subglobose to obovoid.



Hypholoma lateritium (Schaeff.) P. Kumm.

Pratella lateritia (Schaeff.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 627 (1821)

Add Pratella lateritia to synonymy.



Inocybe bresadolae Massee

Mis.: Asterosporina trinii sensu Rea (1922)



E: !

H: British collection on soil with mixed trees.

D+I: B&K5: 88 70; FM 10(1): 9-10 (2009)

Move from 'excluded'. Recent record (2008) from Nottinghamshire (Clumber Park). Kuyper (1986) also considered the description of Asterosporina trinii in Rea (1922) fitted this species, though no British material has been traced under this name.



Inocybe corydalina var. erinaceomorpha (Stangl & J. Veselský) Kuyper

Move to I. erinaceomorpha (see below).



Inocybe erinaceomorpha Stangl & J. Veselský

Inocybe corydalina var. erinaceomorpha (Stangl & J. Veselský) Kuyper

Agaricus erinaceus Pers. [nom. illegit., non A. erinaceus Fr.]

Inocybe pyriodora var. scabra Kühner [nom. inval.]

Mis.: Inocybe scabra sensu Lange (FlDan3: 71)



H: On calcareous soil in woodland, with Fagus.

Previously listed as a variety of I. corydalina, but now considered a good species [see Cullington & Outen, FM 10(1): 11-14 (2009)] with British records from Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, and North Somerset.


Inocybe phaeodisca var. geophylloides Kühner

E: !

H: On soil with deciduous trees.

D: Kuyp 124 D+I: B&K5 70 44

Move from 'excluded'. Recent material (1992-2008) at K from Cumberland, South Devon, South Essex and Westmorland.



Laccaria amethystina Cooke

Agaricus lividopurpureus With., Bot. Arr. Brit. pl. ed. 2, 3: 366 (1792)

Add Agaricus lividopurpureus, a name based on A. amethystina sensu Bolton (1788: 63), to synonymy. Unless L. amethystina is conserved against it, Withering's name is the earliest valid name for this species.



Laccaria laccata (Scop.) Cooke

Omphalia amethystea β incana (Bull.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 615 (1821)

Add Omphalia amethystea β incana to synonymy. Sensu Gray, this pale form probably refers to L. amethystina.



Lacrymaria lacrymabunda (Bull.) Pat.

Coprinus velutinus (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 633 (1821)

Add Coprinus velutinus to synonymy.



Lepiota cristata (Bolton) P. Kumm.

Lepiota colubrina β cristata (Bolton) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 602 (1821)

Add Lepiota colubrina β cristata to synonymy.



Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke

Agaricus nudus Bull., Herb. France: pl. 439 (1790)

Cortinarius nudus (Bull.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 628 (1821)

Tricholoma nudum (Bull.) P. Kumm.

Cortinarius bicolor (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 628 (1821)

Correct author citation and literature reference for Agaricus nudus and author citations for subsequent combinations. Add Cortinarius nudus and C. bicolor to synonymy.



Lepista saeva (Fr.) P.D. Orton

Mis.: Lepista personata sensu auct. p.p.

Remove Lepista personata and its basionym from synonymy and transfer to 'excluded'. Add misapplication, as above.

Leucocoprinus cepistipes (Sowerby) Pat.

Coprinus cepistipes (Sowerby) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 633 (1821)

Add Coprinus cepistipes to synonymy.



Leucocoprinus cretaceus (Bull.) Locq.

Coprinus cepistipes β cretaceus (Bull.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 633 (1821)

Add Coprinus cepistipes β cretaceus to synonymy.


LEUCOGYROPHANA Pouzar

A molecular investigation of the genus [Jarosch & Besl, Plant Biol. 3(4): 443-448 (2001)] has shown that Leucogyrophana sensu lato is polyphyletic. As a first step towards a more natural classification, L. pinastri has been placed in the new genus Hydnomerulius (q.v.) and L. pulverulenta transferred to Serpula (see additions to alien taxa below).



Lichenomphalia umbellifera (L.) Redhead et al.

Micromphale ericetorum (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 623 (1821)

Add Micromphale ericetorum to synonymy.



Marasmius collinus (Scop.) Singer

Gymnopus collinus (Scop.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 607 (1821)

Add Gymnopus collinus to synonymy.



Mycena epipterygia (Scop.) Gray

Mycena flavipes (Sibth.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 619 (1821)

Mycena epipterygia var. badiceps M. Lange, Meddr Grønland, Biosc. 147: 49 (1955)

Add Mycena flavipes to synonymy. Also add var. badiceps (recorded from Perthshire in Watling & Turnbull, Bot. J. Scot. 46(3): 419) to synonymy.



Panaeolus cinctulus (Bolton) Sacc.

Coprinus cinctulus (Bolton) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 633 (1821)

Add Coprinus cinctulus to synonymy.



Panaeolus papilionaceus (Bull.) Quél.

Coprinus papilionaceus (Bull.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 633 (1821)

Add Coprinus papilionaceus to synonymy.



Panaeolus semiovatus (Sowerby) S. Lundell

Coprinus semiovatus (Sowerby) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 632 (1821)

Coprinus ciliatus (Bolton) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 633 (1821)

Add Coprinus semiovatus and C. ciliatus to synonymy.



Parasola conopilus (Fr.) Örstadius & E. Larss., Mycol. Res. 112: 1180 (2008)

Psathyrella conopilus (Fr.) Ulbr., Krypt.-Fl. Anf., edn 3: 289 (1928)

A change of genus for Psathyrella conopilus, based on molecular research [Larsson & Örstadius, Mycol. Res. 112(10): 1165-1185 (2008)]. Note also a change to the author citation and publication reference for Psathyrella conopilus.



Paxillus obscurisporus Ch. Hahn, Nova Hedwigia 69: 268 (1999)

S: !

H: On soil, with Betula sp. in Scotland.

New record. A recent collection (2008) at K from Kindrogan. The species resembles P. involutus, but is larger and has a darker spore print.



Perenniporia medulla-panis (Jacq.) Donk

Poria medullaris Gray [nom. illegit.], Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 640 (1821)

Add Poria medullaris (an illegitimate new name for Boletus medulla-panis) to synonymy.



Phellinus pomaceus (Pers.) Maire

Boletus pomaceus var. prunastri Pers., Syn. meth. fung.: 538 (1801)

Add var. prunastri, introduced for resupinate collections and reported as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 642 (1821)], to synonymy.


POROSTEREUM Pilát

Polyporales, Phanerochaetaceae

Type: Porostereum phellodendri Pilát [= P. spadiceum (Pers.) Hjortstam & Ryvarden]

Add type species (omitted in printed Checklist).
PSATHYRELLA (Fr.) Quél.

A substantial revision of Nordic Psathyrella species based on DNA sequencing by Larsson & Örstadius [Mycol. Res. 112(10): 1165-1185 (2008)] and Örstadius [Funga Nordica (2008)] has resulted in a number of changes to the standard treatment by Kits van Waveren (Kits1, Kits2), as noted below. In addition, three species are transferred to the genera Coprinopsis or Parasola (q.v.).


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