Leucocoprinus tricolor Akers, B. P. & W. J. Sundberg (2001). . Two new unusual Leucoagaricus species (Agaricaceae) from tropical China with blue-green staining reactions. Creamy white; 3 to 5cm long and 4 to 8mm diameter; usually curved, tapering slightly towards the apex; finely woolly above a superior ring (often poorly delineated); with large woolly scales below the ring zone, increasingly yellowish or yellow-orange towards the base. & Vilgalys, R. (1998). Vellinga, E. C. (2001g). Vellinga, E. C. (2007a). Several other Lepiota species have brownish scaly caps, darker towards the centre, but as the scientific name implies this one has huge spores, and more significantly they are shaped like spindles (fusoid) rather than being ellipsoidal or amygdaloid (almond-shaped) as are the spores of many other red-brown-capped Lepiota species. (1971a). (1976). Vellinga, E. C. (2004b). The Journal of Mycology 12: 154–159, 195–203, 242–248; 13: 1–18. Photographs and descriptions of the Mushrooms and other Fungi of California, USA ©2013 Taylor F. Lockwood New combinations in Chlorophyllum. Australian Systematic Botany 16: 361–370. Mycotaxon 3: 381–386. Lepiota magnispora is mostly found in temperate countries, and taxonomical history of the species was discussed in Vellinga (2000). Lepiota is a genus of gilled mushrooms in the family Agaricaceae.All Lepiota species are ground-dwelling saprotrophs with a preference for rich, calcareous soils. A. Balkema. A new species and a new record of Lepiota occurring in the Gulf of Mexico area. Phylogenic systematics of Lepiota sensu lato based on nuclear large subunit rDNA evidence. Chlorophyllum. Kuo, M. (2020, October). Vellinga, E. C. (2006b). Vellnga, E. C. (2003b). W. Kuyper & E. C. Vellinga. . (1967). A review. Studies in Lepiota. 76–84. Lepiota magnispora or Amanita farinosa Kuo & Methven, Bessette ... choice edible : Lepiota acutesquamosa / Echinoderma asperum saved - yes spore print - creamy white : ... edible, but mild. Vellinga, E. C. (2006a). Zeller, S. M. (1934). Phylum: Basidiomycota - Class: Agaricomycetes - Order: Agaricales - Family: Agaricaceae, Distribution - Taxonomic History - Etymology - Identification - Toxicity - Reference Sources. Smith, H. V. (1954). latispora Kühner ex Wasser, (1987), Lepiota subgracilis Wasser, 1978); under Quercus rotundifolia in the region of Azrou, CNS. Lepiota lilacea avoided the sliminess by picking them when dry. Published by the author. In Knudsen, H. & J. Vesterholt, eds. Some species of Leucocoprinus which grow in greenhouses. Widespread but rather an uncommon find in woodlands across Britain and Ireland, mainly in broadleaf and mixed woodlands but just occasionally in conifer forests too, Lepiota magnispora occurs also in many parts of mainland Europe, from Iceland and northern Scandinavia right down to the Mediterranean region. Revised 10/13/2020: Asterophora lycoperdoides. Flora Agaricina Neerlandica: Critical monographs on families of agarics and boleti occurring in the Netherlands. . ... (Lapista nuda) also brought on a lesson in linguistics. comb. Find the perfect shaggy scaly cap stock photo. W. Kuyper & E. C. Vellinga. Leucoagaricus leucothites SIMILAR SPECIES. Macrolepiota molybdites (Meyer: Fr.) str., section Ovisporae. Lisse: A. Lepiotaceous fungi in California, U. S. A.: Leucoagaricus sect. . Type studies of Lepiota cupressa and Lepiota marginata. Sundberg, W. J. Heterobasidion annosum. If you have found this information helpful, we are sure you would also find our book Fascinated by Fungi by Pat O'Reilly very useful. Lepiota. Lepiota maculans, an unusual mushroom rediscovered after 105 years. duminică, 28 februarie 2016. by Michael Kuo. Synonyms of Lepiota magnispora include Lepiota ventriosospora D.A. Lepiota clypeolaria var. Lepiota erminea Chlorophyllum molybdites isme's mushrooms are most definitely NOT Shiitake(Lentinula edodes), which is darker brown and grows exclusively on wood. Phylogenetic relationships within Lepiota sensu lato based on morphological and molecular data. Revised 10/26/2020: Clavulinopsis laeticolor. Leucocoprinus americanus (Peck) Redhead, Edible and poisonous mushrooms of Canada: 323 (1979) [MB#316813] Leave a Comment. reduce water content by sauteeing.. (1982). Chlorophyllum. The latter is even more ragged on the stipe and has a very contrasting central patch on the cap. ... Lepiota clypeolaria (AKA Lepiota magnispora… Flora Agaricina Neerlandica: Critical monographs on families of agarics and boleti occurring in the Netherlands. Akers, B. P. & W. J. Sundberg (2000). Lepiota cristata Lepiota asperula . Liang, J. F., Z. L. Yang, J. Xu & Z. W. Ge (2010). Lepiotaceae of Florida, IV. and attempt to use keys in Vellinga 2001c-2001h. A. Balkema. Mycologia 37: 53–64. Akers, B. P. & W. J. Sundberg (1998). Southeastern Naturalist 10: 267–274. A closely related taxon, Lepiota spheniscispora spec. Next, I attempt to key my lepiotoids in Smith (1954) and in Kauffman (1924) and, if I have still had no luck, I ask myself whether I have the patience to prowl through the long list of lepiotoid studies that treat one or a few North American species. Piloselli. Pink and lilac species in Leucoagaricus sect. As for the spore morphology . Volume 5. Noteworthy species of Lepiota and Lactaria. Phylogeny and taxonomy of Macrolepiota (Agaricaceae). Mycotaxon 85: 259–270. Mycotaxon 70: 453–460. What ever happened to the shaggy parasol? Type studies in Agaricaceae - Chlorophyllum rachodes and allies. Jim Tunney April 21, 2018 Alphabetical listing of mushrooms by botanical name. Taxon 59: 623–627. Vellinga, E. C. (2007c). Cystolepiota. Mycologia 90: 971–979. (1989). Mycologia 36: 125–137. Birkebak, J. M., E. C. Vellinga, A. E. Franco-Molano, M. G. Wood & P. Brandon Matheny (2011). Lepiota magnispora (L. clypeolaria) Lepiota cristata Leucoagaricus leucothites (Lepiota naucinus) Leucoagaricus (Lepiota) rubrotinctus These species are listed by group. Vellinga, E. C. (2006c). Macrolepiota procera. Vellinga, E. C. & S. R. Pennycook (2010). The genus Chlorophyllum (Lepiotaceae) in California. Flora Agaricina Neerlandica: Critical monographs on families of agarics and boleti occurring in the Netherlands. Published by the author. Sundberg, W. J. A new species of Lepiota. A variant of Lepiota cristata. The specific epithet magnispora means with large spores. Leucoagaricus rubrotinctus Lepiotaceae of Florida, III. They are not to be considered tools for definitive identification, particularly for edible species. Leucoagaricus caerulescens I will be sending pictures from the walk in another email soon. This pretty dapperling is widely distributed across North America, where it is found in both broadleaf and coniferous forest. Lepiota - small (2.5-5cm) to medium (5-10cm) sized, the core genus of Lepiota.The ring is usually well developed if the stem is smooth, but some scaly-stalked species don't have a well developed ring. Copenhagen: Nordsvamp. nov. Mycotaxon 98: 205–211. Mycologia 78: 851–853. Vellinga, E. C. (2001h). Akers, B. P., S. A. . Raste pojedinačno ili u manjim grupama u bjelogoričnim i crnogoričnim šumama. Microscopic features to observe include the structure of the pileipellis, the morphology of the (often boring and hard-to-distinguish) cheilocystidia, and the morphology of the spores. Mycotaxon 102: 267–280. Lepiota xanthophylla and its greenhouse counterpart. Leucoagaricus decipiens and La. Leratiomyces ceres. Edible Edible - but not so tasty Edible only immature Conditionally edible Usable as a spice Inedible. Revised 10/10/2020: Agrocybe pediades Mycotaxon 117: 149–164. Cle monographique des �lepiotes� d�Europe. Basidiocarps (fruit bodies) are agaricoid with whitish spores, typically with scaly caps and a ring on the stipe. MUSHROOM PHOTO BROWSER BACK TO ICONS: Lepiota magnispora. Akers, B. P. & W. J. Sundberg (1999). Mycological Progress 2: 305–322. Sundberg, W. J. Mycotaxon 83: 415–417. Lepiota eriophora Vellinga, E. C., R. P. J. de Kok & T. D. Bruns (2003). Contributions to the University of Michigan Herbarium 15: 297–309. Vellinga, E. C. & W. J. Sundberg (2008). W. Kuyper & E. C. Vellinga. . Vellinga, E. C. & H. A. Huijser (1997). Vellinga, E. C. (2001a). Kauffman, C. H. (1924). Mycotaxon 112: 393–444. Lepiotaceous fungi in California, U. S. A. [ Basidiomycota > Agaricales > Agaricaceae . Mycologia 63: 79–82. But today's Lepiota is not your grandmother's Lepiota. Nomenclatural overview of Lepiotaceous fungi. Madrono 21: 15–20. Suspicious Threatened, uncommon Medicinal Poisonous Deadly poisonous Unrecognized. Vellinga, E. C. (2004). Leucocoprinus cretaceus Mycological Research 93: 413–423. Leucoagaricus americanus Vellinga, E. C. (2001e). Sydowia 50: 272–277. Published by the author. Field Mycology 7: 136–140. A. Balkema. Mycologia 95: 442–456. A revision of the Michigan species of Lepiota. Leptonia pigmentosipes Leptonia pigmentosipes. .) Making a case for the original spelling of an epithet: 'Correction' of the original spelling of Agaricus rachodes to Agaricus rhacodes (Basidiomycota) is unjustified. Some species from California, U.S.A. Mycotaxon 80: 285–295. Funga Nordica: 2nd edition 2012. Mycotaxon 76: 39–50. Contributions toward a monograph on the genus Lepiota, I. 0118-26.jpg In Noordeloos, M. E., Th. with beeches and oaks) but occasionally in coniferous forests and plantations. In Noordeloos, M. E., Th. Lepiota sensu lato in California. Leucocoprinus birnbaumii Phylogeny of Lepiota (Agaricaceae)- Evidence from nrITS and nrLSU sequences. Terms of use - Privacy policy - Disable cookies - External links policy, Checklist of the British & Irish Basidiomycota. The rather distant thick gills are white or cream; they terminate free of the stem. Studies on the Lepiotaceae of the Pacific Coast region. Stenosporic species of Lepiota s. str.. Mycotaxon 80: 469–479. . This mushroom was described in 1912 by American mycologist William Alphonso Murrill (1869 - 1957), who gave it the binomial scientific name Lepiota magnispora. Lepiota amanitoides sp. Vellinga, E. C. (2006d). Lepiota rubrotincta (Red-tinged lepiota), Leucoagaricus leucothites ... the basics of mushroom identification, which edible species are most easily identified, and which species to avoid. Scales on a convex (vaguely ear-shaped) cap are characteristic of fungi in this genus, as also are free gills and a stem ring. Chlorophyllum and Macrolepiota (Agaricaceae) in Australia. Key to the Cystolepiota species in western North America. I usually don't. Type studies of Lepiota fumosifolia and L. petasiformis. Lepiota oculata and its look-alikes. II. Johnson, J. Recipes, Identification tools, where and how to find, sustainability, & more! In Noordeloos, M. E., Th. Lepiota rhodophylla sp. Mushrooms - list in alphabetical order: English Johnson, J. Lepiota in California: species with a hymeniform pileus covering. A. Balkema. Taxonomic history and synonym information on these pages is drawn from many sources but in particular from the British Mycological Society's GB Checklist of Fungi and (for basidiomycetes) on Kew's Checklist of the British & Irish Basidiomycota. Vellinga, E. C. (2003a). Ellipsoidal to ovoid, smooth, 15-20 x 4.5-5.5μm; dextrinoid. Vellinga, E. C., A. E. Franco-Molano & C. Bas (1998). Vellinga, E. C. (2000). Lepiota magnispora shows morphological and molecular variation: three groups can be distinguished, each with its own distribution area. . Fungi of southern California: II. Mycotaxon 75: 137–145. Piloselli. Gray (122621) Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, Santa Cruz Co., California, USA Martin Livezey (MLivezey) : 2012-12-15 Lepiota magnispora Murrill (123060) Vellinga, E. C. (2001b). Added 10/14/2020: Ganoderma curtisii meredithiae. Most lepiotoid mushrooms were once contained in the genus Lepiota and, depending on the age of your field guide, your books may still use this genus name in the wide sense. Ge, Z. W., Z. L. Yang & E. C. Vellinga (2010). Mycotaxon 69: 429–436. The edible mushroom on this opening shot it's a bolete ... the Leccinellum lepidum bolete, precisely. They can be very similar to species of Amanita; however, most (though not all) lepiotoid mushrooms are smaller than most amanitas and lack volvas. Added 10/27/2020: Lepiota xanthophylla. Chlorophyllum. be prepared for a much more finely honed assessment of spore shapes than is often required in the non-lepiotoid world. Cap diameter at maturity ranges from 4 to 7cm. Mycologia 102: 1141–1152. I have found that both a cross-sectional Roman aqueduct section and a radial cap section that includes the center of the cap are usually required, both mounted in KOH—along with a third slide of mature gill tissue (or a spore print scraping) mounted in Melzer's reagent. It resembles Lepiota magnispora (which was known as L. clypeolaria in North America), and differs mainly in colours: yellow-brown in L. spheniscispora, more orange or rusty brown in L. magnispora. Lepiota americana (Peck) Sacc., Sylloge Fungorum 5: 43 (1887) [MB#248928] 3. Kumm., 1871); under Quercus rotundifolia in the Klobuk do 10 cm širok, konveksan, pa sve više spljošten, sa blagim narančastosmeđim ili kestenastosmeđim ispupčenjem, prekriven crvenkasto smeđim ili okerasto smeđim čehama, nešto svjetliji prema rubu, rub u početku podvijen, kasnije resast. Lepiota (Pers.) Mycologia 91: 443–458. Bon, M. (1981). Vellinga, E. C. & R. M. Davis (2006). Bazidiocarpul:: Edited by Knudsen, H. & Vesterholt, J. ISBN 9788798396130, British Mycological Society. . Leucoagaricus. Leucocoprinus fragilissimus I usually start my lepiotoid identification attempts with the question, "What would this be called if we were in Europe?" Montoya, L. & V. M. Bandala (2005). August to October in Britain and Ireland. str., section Fuscovinacae. . Notes on Lepiota and Leucoagaricus. 531–532. Saprobic, solitary or in small groups mainly in broadleaf woodland (esp. A new species of Lepiota. Burlingham, G. S. (1945). Bollettino del Gruppo Micologico G. Bresadola 40: 457–464. Notes on some Leucocoprinoid fungi from Britain. Mycotaxon 76: 429–438. I. Lange, C. (2008). Scaly ear fungus is an interpretation, therefore. For this reason the stems of lepiotoid mushrooms should not be handled during the collecting process; ephemeral rings and sheathing shagginess can be easily rubbed away. —4. Lepiota s. Mycologia 102: 664–674. Version 2.1. Vellinga, E. C. (2010a). know and research to see if it is edible and how it's ranked in that, is it "non-toxic," "edible but mediocre," "good," "excellent," or even "one of the ... Lepiota magnispora Lepiota rubrotinctoides Leucoagaricus americanus Lyophyllum decastes Neoalbatrellus subcaeruleoporus Phaeocollybia kaufmanii Genera in the family Agaricaceae: evidence from nrITS and nrLSU sequences. 85–108. Kyde, M. M. & J. L. Peterson (1986). Leucoagaricus brunnescens Vellinga, E. C. (2001d). Studies in Lepiota IV. Published by the author. Lepiotoid mushrooms. Like many mushrooms, Lepiota magnispora has no common name, so Robertson dubbed it the shaggy-stemmed parasol. (1971b). Lepiota, the genus name, comes from Greek words Lepis, meaning scale, and ot, meaning ear. In Noordeloos, M. E., Th. Microscopic analysis and, more recently, DNA studies, have wreaked havoc on the former genus, leaving us with a smaller, core group of mushrooms (like Lepiota cristata) that are "really" species of Lepiota—and a host of other genus names (Cystolepiota, Macrolepiota, Leucoagaricus, Leucocoprinus, Chlorophyllum . Lepiota aspera Aside from the larger, charismatic "field guide species," there are untold dozens of North American species that may, or may not, correspond to the better-documented European lepiotoid flora. Type studies in the genus Lepiota. Vellinga, E. C. (2007b). Selected species of Leucocoprinus from the southeastern United States. Lepiotaceous fungi in California, U. S. A. Edible Edible - but not so tasty Edible only immature Conditionally edible Usable as a spice Inedible. Lisse: A. W. Kuyper & E. C. Vellinga. Lepiota cristata Barla, (= Lepiota cristata (Bolton) P. Funga Nordica: Agaricoid, boletoid and cyphelloid genera.