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Terms: Family: I*; Current: yes

Inocybaceae Jülich
Biblioth.Mycol. 85:374 (1982)
Inocybe (Fr.) Fr.
Monogr.Hymenomyc.Suec.(Upsaliae) 2(2):346 (1863)
Inocybe rufobadia Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 98, 101, Pl. 38-39, Fig. 19 (2017)
Inocybe rufoflavipes Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 150, 153, Pl. 69-70, Fig. 36 (2017)
Inocybe rufuloides Bon
Doc.Mycol. 14(53):28 (1984)
Inocybe sejuncta Matheny, Bougher & M.D.Barrett
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 325-326, Pl. 165-166, Fig. 97 (2017)
Inocybe serrata Cleland
Trans.Roy.Soc.South Australia 57:192 (1933)
Inocybe sindonia (Fr.) P.Karst.
Bidrag Kannedom Finlands Natur Folk 32:466 (1879)
Inocybe sinuospora Matheny & Bougher
Nuytsia 22:67-69, Figs 7,8 (2012)
Inocybe spadicea Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 283-284, Pl. 143, Fig. 82 (2017)
Inocybe subferruginea Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 310-313, Pl. 157-158, Fig. 91 (2017)
Inocybe tomentipes Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 169-172, Pl. 79-80, Fig. 42 (2017)
Inocybe torresiae Matheny, Bougher & M.D.Barrett
Nuytsia 22:69,71-73, Figs 9,10 (2012)
Inocybe trachysperma Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 392-393, Pl. 200, Fig. 121 (2017)
Inocybe vestipedes Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 153, 156, Pl. 71-72, Fig. 37 (2017)
Inocybe violaceocaulis Matheny & Bougher
Australas.Mycol. 24:7-11, Figs 1-3 (2005)
Inocybe vittata Matheny, Bougher & Ryberg
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 226, 228, Pl. 112-114, Fig. 63 (2017)
Inocybe xanthocystis Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 228-229, 232, Pl. 115-116, Fig. 64 (2017)
Mallocybe (Kuyper) Matheny, Vizzini & Esteve-Rav.
Mycologia 112:94 (2019)
Mallocybe isabellina (Matheny & Bougher) Matheny & Esteve-Rav.
Mycologia 112:107 (2019)
Mallocybe pyrrhopoda (Matheny & Bougher) Matheny & Esteve-Rav.
Mycologia 112:108 (2019)
Mallocybe sabulosa (Matheny & Bougher) Matheny & Esteve-Rav.
Mycologia 112:108 (2019)

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