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Terms: Genus: inocybe

Inocybaceae Jülich
Biblioth.Mycol. 85:374 (1982)
Inocybe (Fr.) Fr.
Monogr.Hymenomyc.Suec.(Upsaliae) 2(2):346 (1863)
Inocybe acaciae Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 144, Pl. 64-65, Fig. 33 (2017)
Inocybe albofloccosa Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 239-240, Pl. 118-121, Fig. 67 (2017)
Inocybe atrorubripes Matheny, Bougher & Ryberg
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 204-205, Pl. 98-100, Fig. 55 (2017)
Inocybe aureorimosa Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 73, 76, Pl. 23-24, Fig. 11 (2017)
Inocybe australiensis Cleland & Cheel
Trans. & Proc.Roy.Soc.South Australia 42:109, Pl. X, Fig. 2 (1918)
Inocybe austrofibrillosa Grgurin.
Australas.Mycol. 21: 35 (2002)
Inocybe avellaneifolia Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 147, Pl. 66, Fig. 34 (2017)
Inocybe bicornis Braaten, Bougher & Matheny
Botany (Ottawa) 92:19-20, Figs 7c, 10 (2014)
Inocybe bicornis Braaten, Bougher & Matheny forma bicornis
Inocybe bicornis forma secotioides Braaten, Bougher & Matheny
Botany (Ottawa) 92:20-21, Figs 7d, 11 (2014)
Inocybe brevicula Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 80, 83-85, Pl. 27-28, Fig. 13 (2017)
Inocybe brunneidisca Matheny, Bougher & G.M.Gates
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 424-427, Pl. 216-218, Fig. 132 (2017)
Inocybe bulbinella Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 420-421, Pl. 214-215, Fig. 131 (2017)
Inocybe cacaocolor Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 303-304, Pl. 152-154, Fig. 89 (2017)
Inocybe calocephala Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 396-397, Pl. 201-202, Fig. 123 (2017)
Inocybe calopedes Matheny & Bougher
Muelleria 28:90-91, Fig. 2 (2010)
Inocybe campestris Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 85-86, Pl. 29-31, Fig. 14 (2017)
Inocybe clypeata Matheny & Bougher
Fungi of Australia: Inocybaceae 112-113, Pl. 44-45, Fig. 23 (2017)
Inocybe curvipes P.Karst.
Hedwigia 29:176-177 (1890)
Inocybe dewrangia Grgur.
Larger Fungi of South Australia 185-187, Fig. 113 (1997)

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