Name: Coprinellus sect. Micacei
Author: (Fr.) D.J. Schaf.
Citation: (Fr.) D.J. Schaf., Field Mycology 11(2) (2010)
Deprecated Synonyms: Coprinellus micaceus group
Basidiocarps medium-sized, somewhat fleshy, pale ochre, rust or cinnamon; stipe 3-10 mm wide; veil made up of very small, scattered, granular flocks, not covering entire pileus when young, microscopically of (sub)globose, hyalin, thin-walled cells, not in chains; pileus subglobose to ovoid, only tardily expanding to campanulate (subsect. Micacei (Fr.) Uljé & Noordel.).
KEY TO THE SPECIES
1. Stipe smooth, caulocystidia absent; spores ellipsoid or ovoid.
2. Pileus rather pale ochre-brown C. truncorum
2. Pileus usually real ochre-brown, rust C. saccharinus
1. Stipe pruinose, caulocystidia present; spores ovoid or mitriform.
3. Pleurocystidia abundant, oblong; spores ovoid C. pallidissimus
3. Pleurocystidia absent or very scarce and then only near lamellae-edge; spores ovoid or (sub)mitriform.
4. Veil dark pinkish brown; spores ovoid or submitriform C. rufopruinatus
4. Veil pale, whitish, cream or ochre; spores distinctly mitriform C. micaceus
This is valid….forgot to uncheck the “Desaprobar el siguientes sinonimos” box when approving Coprinellus micaceus group.
Who is the author of Coprinellus sect. Micacei name (new combination, I assume) and where and when it was published?
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