By M. E. Noordeloos, Th. W. Kuyper, E.C. Vellinga
The plants Agaricina Neerlandica seriesprovides unique descriptions and illustrations of agarics and boletes (Agaricales sensu lato, Boletales, and Russulales) happening within the Netherlands, including chorological and ecological information. It additionally presents the proper names of person taxa, concise synonymies, and keys. This quantity covers the households Coprinaceae and Bolbitiaceae and the genera Coprinus, Bolbitius, conocybe, Pholiotina, and Agrocybe. because the e-book of quantity 1, new realizing of the relationships among orders, households, and genera has emerged. those new findings are mentioned and included during this quantity.
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59. C. ammophilae 5. Habitat otherwise. 6. Veil of centre of pileus thick-walled, wall up to 1 µm thick C. pachydermus Van De Bogart in Mycotaxon 8: 274. 1979. ; see also Uljé & Noordel. in Persoonia 17: 195. 1999. 6. 5 µm thick. 7. Veil cream, ochre, yellow, orange, or orange-red. 8. Pileus with rust-coloured or orange-red veil, visible at least at base of stipe, soon slimy 48. C. erythrocephalus 8. Veil cream, yellowish, or ochre, not slimy. 9. Veil cream or pale ochre; spores very broadly fusiform, av.
43. C. atramentarius (If spores are warty, see C. insignis) 2. Pileus orange-brown squamulose or pale grey with dark squamules . . . . . . . . 45. C. romagnesianus KEY FIVE Pileus small to medium, with hairy-floccose veil, white, greyish, orange, or yellowish, made up of elongate elements forming chains, usually abundant, sometimes scarce. 1. Spores warty or with rounded-conical nodules 2. Spores with rounded-conical nodules; only found indoors with a potplant C. calosporus Bas & Uljé in Persoonia 15: 359.
96. C. xanthothrix 3. Cheilocystidia (sub)globose, ovoid, ellipsoid to oblong; pileus c. 25–40 mm high before expanding. 4. 5 µm; av. 6; usually on and around trunks or at twigs 5. 8 µm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94. C. domesticus 5. 8 µm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95. C. ellisii 4. 5 or if narrower, av. 6; often on burnt places . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flora Agaricina Neerlandica: Critical Monographs on Families of Agarics and Boleti Occurring in the Netherlands by M. E. Noordeloos, Th. W. Kuyper, E.C. Vellinga