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Enrico Bizio & Mauro Marchetti

Abbot Bresadola's Inocybes according to the subsequent authors and upon a revision of his herbarium. Part 2

The Authors conclude their study of Inocybe species described by Giacomo Bresadola, dealing with the following taxa: Inocybe incarnata, I. muricellata, I. neuhoffii, I. patouillardii, I. putilla, I. rhodiola, I. similis, I. squamosa, I. striata, I. subdecipiens (here validated), I. treneri, I. umbrina, I. umbrinella (combined as variety of I. rimosa), I. zangherii.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 41 (2): 67-90; 135-144.

Anton Hausknecht & Adler Zuccherelli

Interesting findings from the Ravenna district. 5th part: several Agaricales, new records and additions

The Authors describe several collections of rare or critical Agaricales found in the district of Ravenna, belonging to several families, mainly Tricholomataceae, Entolomataceae, Pluteaceae, Agaricaceae, Coprinaceae, Bolbitiaceae and Cortinariaceae. Conocybe fiorii (Sacc.) Watling is a remarkable species known until today only from the type specimen. The following other species are presented: Clitocybe krizii-josephi, C. metachroa var. aquosoumbrina, Conocybe alboradicans, C. dumetorum var. phaeoleiospora, C. inocybeoides, C. ochroalbida, C. siliginea, Coprinus sp. (aff. comatus), Gymnopus luxurians, Hebeloma danicum, H. fragilipes, Hydropus pseudotenax, Inocybe griseovelata, I. olida, Marasmiellus omphaliformis, Melanoleuca favrei, Melanophyllum sp., Omphalina demissa, Pholiotina sp., Pluteus aurantiorugosus, Rhodocybe popinalis, Tephrocybe baeosperma, T. misera var. squamosipes.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 41 (2): 91-134.

Giovanni Zecchin & Vincenzo Migliozzi

Description of Pulverolepiota roseolanata

The Authors describe macro- and microscopically Pulverolepiota roseolanata, providing a colour photograph. This species is considered distinct from P. pulverulenta on account of several features, mainly the pinkish colour of the decoration of the pileus and the different morphology of the universal veil.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 41 (2): 145-149.

Vincenzo Migliozzi

Introduction to the study of the genus Pulverolepiota

Essential information concerning the genus Pulverolepiota is given: original description, type species, limits of the genus according to different authors, a key to the European species and essential bibliography.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 41 (2): 151-156.