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Ustilago vaillantii Tul. & C. Tul.

Move to the new genus Antherospora (above).






ADDITIONS & AMENDMENTS TO LIST OF

ALIEN TAXA



BASIDIOMYCETES

Serpula pulverulenta (Sowerby) Bondartsev, Botanicheskie Materialy 12: 246 (1959)

Auricularia pulverulenta Sowerby

Merulius pulverulentus (Sowerby) Fr

Merulius lacrymans var. pulverulentus

Gyrophana pulverulenta (Sowerby) Bourdot & Galzin

Leucogyrophana pulverulenta (Sowerby) Ginns

Merulius tignicola Harmsen

Serpula tignicola (Harmsen) M.P. Christ.

A new combination for Leucogryrophana pulverulenta. Move from 'included', since in the British Isles the species appears to be restricted to conifer timber in buildings. Originally described from an outhouse in Norfolk (Norwich), but rarely recorded since. Collections in herb. K (identified by J. Ginns) from East Sussex and Northamptonshire. The Scottish collection noted in the printed Checklist has been redetermined as Hydnomerulius pinastri.




ADDITIONS & AMENDMENTS TO LIST OF

EXCLUDED TAXA

The following list includes a substantial number of early names recorded as British by Withering [Bot. Arr. veg., 2 (1776)], and Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1 (1821)]. Many of these names were omitted from the printed Checklist, but (to save repetition) this fact is not stated for each individual entry.




BASIDIOMYCETES

alba, (Preuss) Sacc., Aegerita, Syll. fung. 4: 662 (1886)

Material under this name at K from England (Surrey) on Rubus leaf, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



albida (Huds.) Bref., Exidia

Tremella albida Huds.

Gyraria albida (Huds.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 593 (1821)

Add Gyraria albida to synonymy, although Gray placed a question mark against his generic disposition for this species. Sensu Gray G. albida is possibly Exidia thuretiana, but the taxon remains a nomen dubium.



albus (Pers.) Gray, Gymnopus, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 610 (1821)

A nomen dubium. Said to be solitary, white, and edible.



alneus Pers., Boletus, Observ. mycol. 1: 86 (1796)

A nomen dubium. Reported from Britain 'on sickly alder-trees' by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 640 (1821)]. Persoon [Syn. meth. fung.: 528 (1801)] and Gray considered it a possible synonym of Inonotus radiatus.



atroalba (Bolton) Gray, Mycena, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 619 (1821)

Correction to author citation and publication reference.



atrorufus Bolton, Agaricus

Mycena atrorufa Gray, Mycena, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 620 (1821)

Add Mycena atrorufa to synonymy; a nomen novum for Agaricus atrorufus Boilton, nom. illegit.



aurantiaca Pers., Amanita, Syn. meth. fung.: 252 (1801)

A nomen dubium. Reported from Britain by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 599 (1821)].



aureus Bull., Agaricus [nom. illegit., non A. aureus Matt (1779)], Herb. France: pl. 92 (1782)

A nomen dubium. Bulliard later considered his species a synonym of Armillaria mellea s.l., whilst Fries (1821) considered it a synonym of Phaeolepiota aurea. Sensu Sowerby (1797) is Gymnopilus junonius.



badipus (Pers.) Rauschert, Galerina, Haussknechtia 4: 52 (1988)

Gymnopus badipus (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 605 (1821)

Recorded as British by Gray, but doubtful. Gray considered Agaricus caulicinalis sensu Sowerby (=Xeromphalina cauticinalis) a synonym.



bifurca Bull., Clavaria, Hist. Champ. France 6: 207 (1791)

A nomen dubium. Said to be a yellowish, clustered, clavarioid species that becomes bifurcate on maturity. Recorded as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 657 (1821)].



blennius var. viridis (Quél.) Quél., Lactarius, Fl. mycol. France: 353 (1888)

Recorded from Britain by Rea (1922), but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen.



brassicae Pers., Sclerotium. Fungis Clavaeform 1: 95 (1794)

A nomen dubium. Reported from Britain by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 591 (1821)] on rotten cabbage leaves in cellars.



byssoides Sowerby, Clavaria

Corynoides byssoides (Sowerby) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 654 (1821)

Add Corynoides byssoides to synonymy.



cancellatus Vent., Phallus, Mém. Inst. nat. Sci. Arts 1: 515 (1798)

A nomen dubium. Said to be close to P. impudicus, but smells of orchids. Reported from Britain by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 676 (1821)].



ceranoides With., Tremella, Bot. arr. veg. 2: 732 (1776)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen. Probably algal fide Donk (1966).



intermedius Berk. & Broome, Lactarius

Lactarius cilicioides ssp. intermedius (Berk. & Broome) Sacc.

Lactarius cilicioides var. intermedius (Berk. & Broome) Rea, Brit. basidiomyc. 479 (1922)

Agaricus intermedius Krombh. [nom. illegit., non A. intermedius Scop. (1772)]

Add Lactarius cilicioides var. intermedius to synonymy.



cinnabarina (Bull.) Gray, Gyraria, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 595 (1821)

Not basidiomycetous. The anamorph of Nectria cinnabarina (Tode) Fr. (Ascomycota) fide Donk (1966).


cincta (Berk.) Cooke, Poria

Move from 'excluded' to synonymy of Rigidoporus undatus (q.v.).



cinctum Fuckel, Glischroderma, Jahrb. Nassau. Ver. Naturk. 23-24: 35 (1870)

Treated as basidiomycetous by Rea (1922: 53-54), but now shown to belong to the anamorphic Ascomycota [see Hennebert, Persoonia 7: 183 - 204 (1973)].



colubrina γ pantherina (Pers.) Gray, Lepiota, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 602 (1821)

Note change to author citation. Not described from Britain, as previously stated. It remains a nomen dubium.



coriacea Bull., Clavaria

Ramaria coriacea (Bull.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 656 (1821)

Add Ramaria coriacea to synonymy.



corniculata β alba Gray, Ramaria, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 655 (1821)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium, possibly a species of Ramariopsis.



corniculata With., Tremella, Bot. arr. veg. 2: 733 (1776)

Described from Britain, based on a Dillenius phrase name. Referred to the lichen Leptogium palmatum (Huds.) Mont. (Ascomycota) by Donk (1966).



coronatum β woodwardii (Bryant) Pers., Geastrum

Lycoperdon woodwardii Bryant

Geastrum stellatum β woodwardii (Bryant) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 585 (1821)

Add Geastrum stellatum β woodwardii to synonymy. It remains a nomen dubium.



cyanus (Pers.) Gray, Cortinarius, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 627 (1821)

A nomen dubium, but intended for a violet species close to C. caerulescens.



cyathoides Bolton, Agaricus

Omphalia cyathoides (Bolton) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 614 (1821)

Add Omphalia cyathoides to synonymy.



cylindricum With., Lycoperdon

Geastrum cylindricum (With.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 586 (1821)

Add Geastrum cylindricum to synonymy. It remains a nomen dubium.



destructor (Schrad.) Bondartsev & Singer, Tyromyces

Boletus destructor Schrad.

Polyporus destructor (Schrad.) Fr.

Polyporus destructor var. undulatus Sacc.

Poria destruens Gray [nom. illegit.], Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 639 (1821)

A nomen dubium, discussed by Donk (1974: 274-276). Poria destruens was described as a new name for the taxon. Sensu auct. is Antrodia gossypium, A. vaillantii or Postia ptychogaster.



edulis (Bull.) Gray, Pratella, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 626 (1821)

A nomen dubium. Sensu Gray is the cultivated mushroom (A. bispora) and other edible mushrooms.



extinctoria (Fr.) Redhead, Vilgalys & Moncalvo, Coprinopsis, Taxon 50(1): 228 (2001)

Coprinus extinctorius Fr., Epicr. syst. mycol.: 245 (1838)

Agaricus extinctorius Bull. [nom. illegit., non A. extinctorius L. (1753)], Herb. France 10: pl. 437 (1790)

A nomen dubium lacking type material. Fries's description refers to a species growing on soil, thus C. extinctoria sensu auct. mult. on wood has been redescribed as C. spelaiophila (q.v.).



extinctorius L., Agaricus [non A. extinctorius Bull. (1790)], Sp. pl.: 1643 (1753)

Prunulus extinctorius (L.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 632 (1821)

A nomen dubium lacking type material. Sensu Bolton (1788: 24) and Gray, it is a coprinoid species growing on sandy soil.



fabae Sowerby, Clavaria, Coloured Fig. English Fungi Suppl.: pl. 404 (1809)

Corynoides fabae (Sowerby) Gray [as 'fabarum'], Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 654 (1821)

Described from Britain on bean stalks, but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen.



farinosa (Holmsk.) Dicks., Clavaria

Corynoides farinosa (Holmsk.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 654 (1821)

Add Corynoides farinosa to synonymy.



ferruginea Gray, Gyraria, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 593 (1821)

Move from synonymy with Tremella foliacea. A nomen dubium. Though based on the illegitimateTremella ferruginea Sm. (itself a nomen dubium), Gray's description suggests a lichen (Ascomycota).



fertilis Gray, Gymnopus [nom. illegit.], Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 606 (1821)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium. Gray placed Agaricus phonospermus Bull. and A. pallidus Schaeff. (as A. pallidus Sowerby) in synonymy. The former name was synonymised with Entoloma clypeatum by Saccardo, the latter with Tricholoma albellum.



frustulenta (Fr.) A.H. Sm., Psathyrella

Agaricus frustulentus Fr.

Move from 'included'. Now regarded as a nomen dubium. Sensu auct. is P. cortinarioides (q.v.).



hemispheria With., Tremella, Bot. arr. veg. 2: 733 (1776)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen. Said to be maritime and possibly a lichen (Ascomycota) or alga.



hydrophilum, Sacc., Sclerotium, Syll. fung. 14: 1141 (1899)

Material under this name at K from Scotland (Orkney) on Iris sp., but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



laciniata With., Tremella [non T. laciniata Bull. (1791)], Bot. arr. veg. 2: 732 (1776)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen. Possibly a lichen (Ascomycota) fide Donk (1966).



lichenoides L., Tremella, Sp. pl. 1157 (1753)

Listed from Britain by Withering [Bot. arr. veg. 2: 732 (1776)]. Referred to the lichen Leptogium palmatum (Huds.) Mont. (Ascomycota) by Donk (1966).



maculare Fr., Sclerotium, Syst. mycol. 2(1): 256 (1822)

Material under this name at K from England (Essex) in fallen leaves of Betula sp., but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



mammosus var. minor Boud., Lactarius, Icon. Mycol. 4: 29 (1: pl. 58) (1911)

Recorded from Britain by Rea (1922), but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen.



mammosus var. monstruosus Cooke, Lactarius, Handbook of British Fungi, Edn 2: 315 (1883)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen.



minutum Desm., Sclerotium, Plantes Crypt. France ed. 1, ser. 1 no. 538 (1831)

British material at K on Rhinanthus stems & capsules. A nomen dubium, probably sclerotia of a Botrytis sp. (Ascomycota), but some British specimens represent rust sori on leaves.



necator (Bull.) Pers., Lactarius

Lactarius necans Gray [nom. illegit.], Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 625 (1821)

Add Lactarius necans, published as a new name for L. necator, to synonymy.



nigra With., Tremella [non T. nigra Bonord. (1851)], Bot. arr. veg. 2: 734 (1776)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen. Possibly a lichen (Ascomycota).



nivea With., Tremella [non T. nivea R. Hedw. (1802)], Bot. arr. veg. 2: 731 (1776)

Described from wine vaults in Britain, but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen. Possibly just mycelium fide Donk (1966).



obnubilis var. crenatus Massee, Lactarius, Brit. fung.-fl. 3: 36 (1893)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen.



obtusus Pers., Boletus, Observ. mycol. 2: 4 (1800)

A nomen dubium. Recorded from Britain 'on old willow-trees' by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 642 (1821)]. Persoon [Syn. meth. fung.: 538 (1801)] treated the taxon as a variety of Fomes fomentarius and a synonym of B. igniarius sensu Bulliard.



orobanches Schwein., Sclerotium, Schr. naturf. Ges. Leipzig 1: 57 (1822)

Material under this name at K from the Channel Islands (Guernsey), but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



papyricola, Sclerotium [nom. nud.]

Listed from Scotland (Mull) in soil by Dennis (1986), but the name has not been traced.



personata (Fr.) Cooke, Lepista, Handb. Brit. fung., Edn 1: 193 (1871)

Agaricus personatus Fr., Syst. mycol. 1: 50 (1821)

Remove from synonymy with L. saeva. A nomen dubium. The taxon was originally described as having a pileus ranging in colour from violaceous to white, and as such has been variously interpreted as L. nuda (e.g. NCL) or as L. saeva (e.g. Cooke, 1871).



plana With., Tremella [non T. plana F.H. Wigg. (1780)], Bot. arr. veg. 2: 734 (1776)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium lacking a type specimen. Possibly an Exidia sp. fide Donk (1966).



porreus (Pers.) Fr., Marasmius

Mycena porrea (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 619 (1821)

Add Mycena porrea to synonymy.



pubescens Pers., Sclerotium, Syn. meth. fung. 1: 123 (1801)

Material under this name at K from England (Herefordshire) on decaying Meripilus giganteus and an indet. fungus. Probably the sclerotial state of Collybia tuberosa.



pulcher (Pers.) Gray, Coprinus, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 635 (1821)

A nomen dubium, possibly Parasola plicatilis.



purpurea L., Tremella, Sp. pl. 1158 (1753)

Listed from Britain by Withering [Bot. arr. veg. 2: 733 (1776)]. Referred to the imperfect state of Nectria cinnabarina (Tode) Fr. (Ascomycota) by Donk (1966).


queletii (Bourdot & Galzin) Hallenb. & Hjortstam, Steccherinum, Mycotaxon 31(2): 443 (1988)

Listed in error from South Hampshire in Dickson & Leonard (1996), based on a record of Hydnum queletii (a synonym of Hydnellum concrescens).



quercinum Pers., Sclerotium, Neues Mag. Bot. 1: 95 (1794)

A nomen dubium. Listed as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 591 (1821)] on fallen oak leaves.



resupinatus Massee, Fomes

Poria resupinata (Massee) W.G. Sm.

Boletus resupinatus Bolton [nom. illegit., non B. resupinatus Sw. (1788), nec Sowerby (1815)], Hist. fung. Halifax Suppl.: 165 (1791)

Poria spongiosa (Pers.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 640 (1821)

Amend author citations. Described from Britain but a nomen dubium lacking type material. See Donk (1974: 258) for an extensive discussion. Poria spongiosa was erroneously listed as a synonym of Inonotus hispidus in the printed Checklist, but is based on Boletus spongiosus Pers., a new name for Boletus resupinatus Bolton.



rhizodes Auersw., Sclerotium, Bot. Zeitung (Berlin) 7: 294 (1849)

Recorded from Britain on grass leaves by Wakefield & Bisby (1942) and Dennis (1995), but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



roseum Berk., Sclerotium, Ann. Mag. nat. Hist., Ser. 3, 6: 359 (1861)

Material under this name at K from the Republic of Ireland on Juncus sp., but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



ruber (Pers.) Gray, Lactarius, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 624 (1821)

A nomen dubium, said to be synonymous with Agaricus lactifluus (= L. volemus), but also said to grow with conifers.



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

Agaricus scaber Sowerby [nom. illegit., non A. scaber O.F. Müll. (1780)], Col. fig. Engl. fung..: pl. 207 (1799)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium.



solida Pers., Clavaria, Comm. fung. clav.: 78 (1797)

A nomen dubium. Recorded from Britain by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 656 (1821)] whose description suggests Clavaria fragilis (q.v.).



squamosa (P. Karst.) A.H. Sm., Psathyrella

Psathyra pennata var. squamosa P. Karst.

Psathyra squamosa (P. Karst.) P. Karst.

Not a nomen dubium, as previously asserted, but a species not known in Britain. Sensu NCL and sensu auct. Brit. is Psathyrella artemisiae.



striata Pers., Clavaria

A nomen dubium lacking type material. Cotton & Wakefield (1919) suggested this is discoloured C. vermicularis (= C. fragilis). Sensu Rea (1922) is unknown. A single old collection at K (from Shropshire) has been redetermined as C. atroumbrina.



striatus Bull., Agaricus [non A. striatus Schaeff. (1762)], Herb. France 12: pl. 552, fig. 2 (1792)

Coprinus disseminatus β striatus (Bull.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 635 (1821)

A nomen dubium. Sensu Sowerby [Col. Fig. Engl. Fung. 2: pl. 166 (1798)] and Gray is a form of Coprinellus disseminatus.



tenerrima With., Tremella, Bot. arr. veg. 2: 732 (1776)

Not basidiomycetous. Described from Britain, but derived from the same Dillenius phrase name as the earlierT. crispa Schreb., now assigned to the algae as Prasiola crispa (Schreb.) Kütz.



tenuicula (P. Karst.) Örstadius & Hühtinen, Psathyrella, Österr. Z. Pilzk., N.S. 5: 146 (1996)

Psathyra tenuicula P. Karst.

Now with a modern interpretation and combination in Psathyrella. Listed as British by Rea (1922) and (consequently?) by Larsson & Örstadius [Mycol. Res. 112(10): 1165-1185 (2008)], but without voucher material.



tomentosus (Bull.) Fr., Coprinus

Coprinus cinereus β tomentosus (Bull.) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 634 (1821)

Add Coprinus cinereus β tomentosus to synonymy.



torulosa (Bonord.) Sacc., Aegerita, Syll. Fung. 4: 662 (1886)

Material under this name at K from England, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



tuberosa (Sowerby) Fr., Calocera, Syst. mycol. 1: 486 (1821)

Ramaria tuberosa (Sowerby) Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 655 (1821)

Add Ramaria tuberosa to synonymy.



ungulatus Schaeff., Boletus, Fung. Bavar. Palat. 4: 88 (1774)

A nomen dubium. Recorded from Britain 'on old willow-trees' by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 642 (1821)]. Persoon [Syn. meth. fung.: 537 (1801)] treated the taxon as a variety of Fomes fomentarius.



validus Berk., Agaricus, in Smith, Engl. fl.: 5(2): 84 (1836)

Described from England as a Cortinarius sp., but does not have a modern interpretation. The type at K needs re-investigation.



vaporarium Alb. & Schwein., Sclerotium, Consp. fung.: 73 (1805)

A nomen dubium. Recorded as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 590 (1821)] from hothouses.



violaceocinereus (Pers.) Fr., Cortinarius, Epicr. syst. mycol.: 278 (1838)

Cortinarius cinereus Gray [nom. illegit.], Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 628 (1821)

Recorded as British by Gray, but doubtful.



viridis With., Agaricus [nom. illegit., non A. viridis Huds. (1778); non A. viridis Schrad. (1794)], Bot. arr. Brit. pl. ed. 2, 3: 320 (1792)

Gymnopus viridis Gray, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 606 (1821)

Described from Britain but a nomen dubium lacking type material. Withering listed Agaricus caeruleus Bolton (possibly a species of Stropharia) as a synonym, but additionally listed a second (unnamed) variety with A. viridis Huds. (= Clitocybe odora) as a synonym. Gymnopus viridis (with A. caeruleus as a synonym) was based on Withering’s first variety, though Gray listed the species next to G. odorus.



vulgaris Gray, Poria, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 639 (1821)

A nomen dubium. Based on Boletus favus Bull. (said to be synonymous with Coriolopsis gallica), but Gray's species occurs on 'fir-timbers'.



UREDINIOMYCETES

campanulata Gray, Roestelia, Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 534 (1821)

Aecidium berberidis Sowerby [nom. illegit., non A. berberidis Pers., 1792], Col. fig. Engl. Fung. Mushr. 3: tab. 397 (1803)

Described from Britain on Berberis leaves, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



clavulata Grove, Pachnocybe, J. Bot., Lond. 23: 168 (1885)

Described from England (Warwickshire), but now assigned to the Ascomycota as Phaeoisaria clavulata (Grove) E.W. Mason & S. Hughes.



clematitis DC, Aecidium, Fl. Fr. 2: 243 (1805)

Listed as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 536 (1821)] on Clematis vitalba, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



confertum DC, Aecidium, Fl. Fr. 2: 245 (1805)

Listed as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 535 (1821)] on Ranunculus spp, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



confluens Sowerby, Aecidium, Col. fig. Engl. Fung. Mushr. 3: tab. 397 (1803)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



fragariae Sowerby, Aecidium, Col. fig. Engl. Fung. Mushr. 3: tab. 398 (1803)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



menthae Sowerby, Aecidium [non A. menthae DC, 1815], Col. fig. Engl. Fung. Mushr. 3: tab. 398 (1803)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



ranunculi DC, Aecidium [nom. illegit., non A. ranunculi Sowerby, 1803], Syn. Pl. Gall.: 51 (1806)

Listed as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 535 (1821)] on Ranunculus acris and R. bulbosus, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



ranunculi Sowerby, Aecidium [non A. ranunculi DC, 1806; non A. ranunculi Schwein. 1822], Col. fig. Engl. Fung. Mushr. 3: tab. 397 (1803)

Described from Britain on Ranunculus ficaria, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



rubi DC, Aecidium [nom. illegit., non A. rubi Sowerby, 1803], Fl. Fr. 2: 238 (1805)

Listed as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 538 (1821)] on Rubus fruticosus, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



rubi Sowerby, Aecidium [non A. rubi DC, 1805], Col. fig. Engl. Fung. Mushr. 3: tab. 398 (1803)

Described from Britain on Rubus spp, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



senecionis DC, Uredo, Fl. Fr. 2: 231 (1805)

Listed as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 540 (1821)] on Senecio vulgaris, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



tragopogonis Sowerby, Aecidium [non A. tragopogonis Cooke, 1871], Col. fig. Engl. Fung. Mushr. 3: tab. 397 (1803)

Described from Britain, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



tussilaginis Sowerby, Aecidium [nom. illegit., non A. tussilaginis Pers., 1792], Col. fig. Engl. Fung. Mushr. 3: tab. 397 (1803)

Described from Britain on Petasites hybridus, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



ulmi DC, Puccinia, Fl. Fr. 2: 219 (1805)

Listed as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 544 (1821)], but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



vinosa (Sacc.) Sacc., Tuberculina, Syll. fung. 4: 654 (1886)

Tubercularia vinosa Sacc., Michelia 1(1): 34 (1877).

Listed as British by Wakefield & Bisby (1942), but doubtful. Its status in the British Isles requires re-investigation.



violarum DC, Aecidium, Fl. Fr. 2: 240 (1805)

Listed as British by Gray [Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 537 (1821)] on Viola tricolor, but a nomen dubium of uncertain application.



USTILAGINIOMYCETES

heterospora (B. Lindeb.) Kukkonen, Anthracoidea

Cintractia heterospora B. Lindeb.

Cintractia carpophila (Schumach.) Liro

Move from 'included' list. Reported as Cintractia carpophila on Carex echinata, but this is not a known host for the species. On this host it is likely to have been Anthracoidea karii.




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