Tilachlidiopsis is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. It is an anamorphic form of Collybia .
Rolf Singer was a German-born mycologist and one of the most important taxonomists of gilled mushrooms (agarics) in the 20th century.
The Hygrophoraceae are a family of fungi in the order Agaricales. Originally conceived as containing white-spored, thick-gilled agarics, including Hygrophorus and Hygrocybe species, DNA evidence has extended the limits of the family, so it now contains not only agarics, but also basidiolichens and corticioid fungi. Species are thus diverse and are variously ectomycorrhizal, lichenized, associated with mosses, or saprotrophic. The family contains 25 genera and over 600 species. None is of any great economic importance, though fruit bodies of some Hygrocybe and Hygrophorus species are considered edible and may be collected for sale in local markets.
The Tricholomataceae are a large family of mushrooms within the Agaricales. Originally a classic "wastebasket taxon", the family included any white-, yellow-, or pink-spored genera in the Agaricales not already classified as belonging to e.g. the Amanitaceae, Lepiotaceae, Hygrophoraceae, Pluteaceae, or Entolomataceae.
Collybia is a genus of mushrooms in the family Tricholomataceae. The genus has a widespread but rare distribution in northern temperate areas, and contains three species that grow on the decomposing remains of other mushrooms.
Callistodermatium is a fungal genus in the family Tricholomataceae. It is a monotypic genus, and contains the single species Callistodermatium violascens. The holotype was found in Brazil, and described by mycologist Rolf Singer in 1981.
Pegleromyces is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. It is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Pegleromyces collybioides, found in Brazil, and described as new to science by mycologist Rolf Singer in 1981.
Cynema is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Cynema alutacea, found in Papua New Guinea.
Dendrocollybia is a fungal genus in the family Tricholomataceae of the order Agaricales. It is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Dendrocollybia racemosa, commonly known as the branched Collybia or the branched shanklet. The somewhat rare species is found in the Northern Hemisphere, including the Pacific Northwest region of western North America, and Europe, where it is included in several Regional Red Lists. It usually grows on the decaying fruit bodies of other agarics—such as Lactarius and Russula—although the host mushrooms may be decayed to the point of being difficult to recognize.
Dennisiomyces is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. Described by mycologist Rolf Singer in 1955, the genus contains five species found in South America.
Fayodia is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. It was first described by Robert Kühner in Bull. Bi-Mens. Soc. Linn. Lyon Vol.9 on page 68 in 1930, and the specific epithet honors the Swiss mycologist Victor Fayod (1860–1900). The widespread genus contains 10 species, mostly in the northern temperate regions.
Gamundia is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. The genus contains six species found in Europe and temperate regions of South America.
Peglerochaete is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Peglerochaete setiger, found in the Indian state Sikkim and reported as new to science in 1983.
Stanglomyces is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Stanglomyces taxophilus, found in South America. The species was described as new to science by Jörg Raithelhuber in 1985.
Tricholosporum is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. It was circumscribed by Mexican mycologist Gastón Guzmán in 1975.
Archaeomarasmius is an extinct genus of gilled fungus in the Agaricales family Tricholomataceae, containing the single species Archaeomarasmius leggetti. It is known from two fruit bodies recovered from amber, one consisting of a complete cap with a broken stem, the other consisting of a fragment of a cap. The cap has a diameter ranging from 3.2 to 6 mm, while the stem is 0.5 mm (0.02 in) thick. Spores were also recovered from the amber, and are broadly ellipsoid to egg-shaped, measuring roughly 7.3 by 4.7 μm. The species, which resembles the extant genera Marasmius and Marasmiellus, is inferred to have been saprobic on plant litter or other forest debris.
Musumecia is a clitocyboid agaric fungal genus with a soft, pseudosclerotium-like base. A monotypic genus, it contains the single species Musumecia bettlachensis, from France. Phylogenetically, Musumecia bettlachensis is sister to Pseudoclitocybe and is tentatively classified in the Tricholomataceae. Although the type species was also named as new, it is likely that it has been previously described considering the long history of studies on mushrooms in France and Europe in general.
Albomagister is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. The genus contains just one named species known from Tennessee and North Carolina, however two other undescribed species have been sequenced. Albomagister was described by mycologists Marisol Sánchez-García, Joshua Birkebak & P. Brandon Matheny in 2014 with Albomagister subaustralis as the type species.
Pseudotricholoma is a genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae. The genus contains three species known from North America. Europe, and the Azores. Basidiocarps resemble those of the genus Tricholoma, with a dry fibrillose pileus and white to brown lamellae that have adnate to emarginate attachment and stain reddish when damaged, eventually turning black. Microscopically, the basidiospores are smooth, ellipsoid to ellipsoid-oblong, thin-walled and amyloid. Cheilocystidia are rare to absent and pleurocystidia are absent. The pileipellis is a cutis and clamp connections are present. Species in Pseudotricholoma are found on soil in grasslands and woods. They are probably biotrophic, and may be ectomycorrhizal.
Pleurotus cystidiosus, also known as abalone mushroom and maple oyster mushroom, is an edible species of fungus in the family Pleurotaceae, described as new to science by mycologist Orson K. Miller Jr. in 1969. It can be cultivated, with spores and growing kits being available commercially. Antromycopsis macrocarpa is the anamorphic form of this species.