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Marco Floriani

Brief notes on the genus Inocybe

Some short introductory notes to the genus Inocybe are given; the main macroscopic features of the genus are described, and the possible confusions with other genera are discussed, together with some useful hints to begin with the study of the genus. Inocybe dulcamara, I. geophylla var. lilacina, I. umbratica and I. mixtilis are illustrated by colour photographs.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 45 (1): 4-10.

Marcel Bon & Erminio Ferrari

Rare or interesting Inocybes of the Sempione Pass, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola and vicinities

Two new taxa belonging to the genus Inocybe are presented: I. fuscescentipes var. aurantionigrescens and I. grammata var. chamaesalicis. Two other rare alpine species, I. paludosa and I. substellata, and a third rare taxon, I. pseudoumbrina, are also described and illustrated.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 45 (1): 11-24.

Arpalice Alpago Novello

A recently described boreal species: Inocybe rivularis

Inocybe rivularis, a boreal taxon recently described by Jacobsson and Vauras, is described and illustrated by means of colour photographs and line drawings, on the basis of recent collections made in Finland, near Rovaniemi.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 45 (1): 25-29.

Roberto Scevola

Interesting records: two Cortinarii associated with alder

Cortinarius helvelloides and C. bibulus, two species typically growing in moist areas, associated with alder, are briefly described and illustrated with colour photographs.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 45 (1): 30-32.

Carmine Lavorato & Marco Contu

Clarkeinda trachodes, a new species for the Italian mycoflora, collected in Calabria

The occurrence in Italy (Calabria) of Clarkeinda trachodes, an extraeuropean species not yet collected in our peninsula, is reported. A description of the macro- and microscopical characters is given, along with a colour photograph of the studied specimens. The features of our collection fit quite well with previously published descriptions of C. trachodes.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 45 (1): 33-39.

Maria Teresa Basso & Massimo Candusso

Descriptive and taxonomic notes about Melanoleuca brevipes

The Authors describe Melanoleuca brevipes, a common species collected in Alassio (SV). The species is described in detail and illustrated by colour photographs and a drawing of the microscopic characters. The position of M. brevipes within the genus is discussed, and the differences with respect to M. paedida are indicated. A brief survey of the literature about M. brevipes is added.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 45 (1): 43-51.

Eliseo Battistin & Ottorino Chiarello

An uncommon Agaricus species of city parks: A. romagnesii

The Authors describe the macro- and microscopic features of Agaricus romagnesii, an uncommon mushroom occurring in gardens and parks. The species is illustrated by a colour photograph. Its characteristics are compared with those of A. bresadolanus, which differs, according to literature, by a fertile lamella edge. The distinction between these two species has recently been discussed by Nauta (1999), who considers them to be synonyms. Agaricus pseudopratensis also appears to be close to A. romagnesii: it is characterized by a light phenolic smell which becomes stronger during cooking, by ovoid-globose spores, flesh in the base of the stipe yellowish at first, then clearly wine red. The base of the stipe bears no rhizomorphs.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 45 (1): 53-56.

Lorenzo Lanconelli

Campanella caesia: the first time in Italy?

The Author describes Campanella caesia, a very rare species found in Emilia-Romagna (Italy). Its macro- and microscopical features are illustrated by colour photographs and line drawings.

Boll. Gr. micol. G. Bres. (n.s.) 45 (1): 57-61.