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The main lines of classification of the agaricales pluteales tricholomatales


, : The main lines of classification of the agaricales pluteales tricholomatales. Bulletin Mensuel de la Societe Linneenne de Lyon 47(7): 325-388

Schulzeria Bres., Lepiota, Armillaria, Chamaemyces Earle, Agaricus, Psalliota, Cystoderma Fayod, sensu Earle non Fayod, Phaeolepidota R. Maire and Melanophyllum Vel. are discussed with consideration of history and characteristics of the genera. Carpophore characteristics are analyzed while differences and similarities between Psalliota and Lepiota are examined. Agaricaceae are discussed from an ontogenetic and phylogenetic point of view; Cortinariaceae Roze non sensus Roze and Strophariaceae are also discussed. The genera Cortinarius, Inocybe, Hebeloma, Phlegmacium, Inoloma and Dermocybe are considered. Color, pigmentation and fluorescence and their importance in classification are considered; the presence of anthraquinones, solubilities and color reactions and the spectral properties of Cortinariaceae are examined.

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