“Fulvoincarnati” A H Sm & Hesler, Lloydia 2: 36 (1939), invalid

“Fulvoincarnati” A.H. Sm. & Hesler, Lloydia 2: 36 (1939), invalid, Art. 36.1]. Pileus glutinous to viscid, pallid, tinted yellow, salmon-buff, fulvous, reddish brown in center; lamellae subdecurrent, subdistant, white or pallid; stipe glutinous or viscid, pallid, apex dry floccose-fibrillose. Phylogenetic support www.selleckchem.com/products/mcc950-sodium-salt.html We included only H. arbustivus in our ITS analysis. In the four-gene analysis presented

by Larsson (2010; unpublished data), subsect. Fulventes (H. arbustivus, H. carpini, H. leucophaeo-ilicis, H. lindtneri, H. roseodiscoideus, and H. unicolor) appears as a paraphyletic grade basal to subsect. Hygrophorus (54 % MPBS support for basal branch). Species included Type species H. arbustivus. Hygrophorus HDAC inhibitor review carpini Gröger, H. leucophaeo-ilicis Bon & Chevassut, H. lindtneri M.M. Moser, H. roseodiscoideus Bon & Chevassut and H. unicolor Gröger are included based on morphological and phylogenetic data. Comments Singer (1986) and Kovalenko (1989, 1999, 2012) placed the type of

subsect. Fulventes together with species from sect. Pudorini in subsect. Fulvoincarnati A.H. Sm. & check details Hesler (1939)[invalid] making it polyphyletic. Bon (1990) and Candusso (1997) placed a similar mixture of species in sect. Fulventes (Fr.) Bon. [invalid] Series Fulventes (Hesler and Smith 1963, invalid because basionym was three words) and is consequently also polyphyletic. Hygrophorus [subgen. Hygrophorus ] sect. Discoidei (Bataille) Konrad & Maubl., Icon. Sel. Fung. 6: 428 (1937). Type species: Hygrophorus discoideus (Pers. : Fr.) Fr., Epicr. syst. mycol. (Upsaliae): 323 (1838) [1836–1838] ≡ Agaricus discoideus

Pers., Syn. meth. fung. (Göttingen) 2: 365 (1801) : Fr. Basionym: Hygrophorus [unranked] Discoidei Bataille, Mém. Soc. émul. Doubs, sér. 8 4: 162 (1910). Pileus viscid when moist, pale yellowish brown, fulvous, sometimes with a gray tone, or disc reddish brown; lamellae, concolorous, sometimes with a violaceous gray tone; stipe viscid, pale or fulvous, sometimes with a gray tinge, apex floccose-fibrillose. Urocanase Phylogenetic support Sect. Discoidei is only represented by the type species in our Supermatrix and LSU analyses, and H. subviscifer in our ITS analysis. In the analysis presented by Larsson (2010; unpublished data), sect. Discoidei is a monophyletic clade with 100 % MPBS. Species included Type species: H. discoideus. Hygrophorus subviscifer (P. Karst.) Harmaja is included based on morphology and phylogeny. Comments Bataille (1910) included H. arbustivus (the type of subsect. Fulventes) and H. mesotephrus (sect. Olivaceoumbrini) along with the type in Discoidei. Series Discoidei (Hesler and Smith 1963) and sect. Discoidei (in Singer 1986; Kovalenko 1989, 1999, 2012; Arnolds 1990) are also polyphyletic. Bon (1990) only included H. roseodiscoideus (from the adjacent sect. Fulventes) in subsect. Discoideini Bataille [invalid]. Similarly, Candusso (1997) included H. roseodiscoideus and H. lindtnerii from the adjacent sect. Fulventes, (listing H.

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