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but do not know if there has been done something. I am not up to date with DNA :)
At least not with Agarics.
this darned genus is in great need of phylogenetic investigation! I know that a bunch of names have been lumped together, but I don’t think that it’s the whole truth.
I beleive that strigiceps and tricholoma may be the same. Today, no one seems to know what helomorphus was meant to be.. Anyway, this is probably not the same as any of those.
First one was from near a bog in Austria with spruce.
I do not know of a “real” key. You can use Gröger again and Erhard Ludwig’s “Compendium Part I” or Noordeloos in “Flora Agaricina Neerlandica”. As far as I know there are just some articles on Ripartites. But most just distinguish 2-4 separate European species.
In Gröger you find krieglsteineri=tricholoma var.macrosporus, albidoincarnatus and tricholoma (with helomorphus, metrodii and strigiceps as synonyms) and serotinus as possible synonym to tricholoma but there are some notes on all of these taxa.
Except for the name “pink-gilled Ripartites”, I can’t find much information about this species. Gerhard, do you have a useful key to this genus?
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