Species List: Truffles and Other Sequestrate Fungi (885)
When: 1995-01-01
Observations: 1360

Notes:

ASCOMYCOTA
  EUROTIALES
    ELAPHOMYCETACEAE
      Elaphomyces
  PEZIZALES
    GLAZIELLACEAE
      Glaziella
    HELVELLACEAE
      Balsamia
      Barssia
    MORCHELLACEAE
      Fischerula
      Imaia
      Kalapuya
      Leucangium
    PEZIZACEAE
      Amylascus
      Calongea
      Carbomyces
      Cazia
      Delastria
      Eremiomyces
      Hydnbolites
      Hydnoplicata
      Hydnotryopsis
      Kalaharituber
      Labyrinthomyces
      Mattirolomyces
      Mycoclelandia
      Pachyphloeus
      Ruhlandiella
      Sphaerozone
      Stouffera
      Temperantia
      Terfezia
      Tirmania
      Ulurua
    PYRONEMATACEAE
      Genabea
      Genea
      Geopora
      Gilkeya
      Hydnocystis
      Paurocotylis
      Picoa
      Stephensia
    TUBERACEAE
      Choiromyces
      Dingleya
      Labyrinthiomyces
      Paradoxa
      Reddellomyces
      Tuber

BASIDIOMYCOTA
  AGARICALES
    AGARICACEAE
      Agaricus deserticola (=Longula texensis)
      Agaricus inapertus
      Chlorophyllum agaricoides
      Clavogaster
      Cryptolepiota
      Endoptychum
      Montagnea
      Podaxis
    AMANITACEAE
      Amarrendia
      Torrendia
    BOLBITIACEAE
      Galeropsis
    CORTINARIACEAE
      Aroramyces
      Descomyces
      Protoglossum (=Cortinarius)
      Quadrispora (=Cortinarius)
      Thaxterogaster (=Cortinarius)
      Timgrovia
    HYDNANGIACEAE
      Hydnangium
      Maccagnia
      Podohydnangium
    HYMENOGASTRACEAE
      Hymenogaster
      Protoglossum (=Hymenogaster)
      Wakefieldia
    PAXILLACEAE
      Alpova
      Melanogaster
    PHYSALACRIACEAE
      Guyanagaster
    STROPHARIACEAE
      Nivatogastrium (=Pholiota)
      Weraroa
    INCERTAE SEDIS
      Sedecula
  BOLETALES
    BOLETACEAE
      Castellanea
      Costatisporus
      Chamonixia
      Durianella
      Gastroboletus
      Gastroleccinum
      Jimtrappea
      Mycoamaranthus
      Octaviania
      Rossbeevera
      Royoungia
      Solioccasus
    DIPLOCYSTACEAE
      Tremellogaster
    GASTROSPORIACEAE
      Gastrosporium
    GOMPHIDIACEAE
      Brauniellula (=Chroogomphus)
      Gomphogaster
    RHIZOPOGONACEAE
      Rhizopogon
    SCLERODERMATACEAE
      Horakiella
      Scleroderma hypogaeum
    SUILLACEAE
      Gastrosuillus
      Truncocolumella
    INCERTAE SEDIS
      Amogaster
  GEASTRALES
    GEASTRACEAE
      Radiigera
      Schenella
    SCLEROGASTRACEAE
      Sclerogaster
  HYSTERANGIALES
    GALLACEACEAE
      Austrogautieria
      Gallacea
      Hallingea
    HYSTERANGIACEAE
      Hysterangium
    MESOPHELIACEAE
      Andebbia
      Castoreum
      Chondrogaster
      Gummiglobus
      Gummivena
      Mesophelia
      Nothocastoreum
    PHALLOGASTRACEAE
      Phallogaster
      Protubera
    TRAPPEACEAE
      Phallobata
      Restingomyces
      Trappea
  PHALLALES
    CLAUSTULACEAE
      Kjeldsenia
      Gelopellis
      Phlebogaster
    GOMPHACEAE
      Destuntzia
      Gautieria
      Protogautieria
  RUSSULALES
    ALBATRELLACEAE
      Leucogaster
      Leucophleps
      Mycolevis
    RUSSULACEAE
      Arcangeliella (=Lactarius)
      Cystangium (= Russula)
      Gymnomyces (=Russula)
      Gastrolactarius
      Macowanites (=Russula)
      Martiella (= Russula)
      Zelleromyces (= Lactarius)
    STEPHANOSPORACEAE
      Stehphanospora
    INCERTAE SEDIS
      Fevansia

GLOMEROMYCOTA
  DIVERSISPORALES
    GIGASPORACEAE
      Gigaspora
  GLOMERALES
    GLOMERACEAE
      Glomus

ZYGOMYCOTA
  ENDOGONALES
    ENDOGONACEAE
      Endogone
      Sclerogone
      Youngiomyces

SOME SCLEROTOID SPECIES

Acephala macrosclerotiorum
Agrocybe arvalis
Alternaria brassicae
Amylocorticiales sp.
Aspergillus flavus
Athelia arachnoidea
Athelia rolfsii
Austropaxillus sp.
Boletinellus meruloides
Boletus rubropunctus
Boletus sp.
Botryotinia fuckelinia
Capnobotryella renispora
Cenococcum geophilum
Ceratorhiza hydrophila
Ceriporia sp.
Cheilymenia sp.
Ciboria carunculoides
Ciborinia erythronii
Claviceps purpurea
Claviceps spp.
Clitocybe sclerotoidea
Colletotrichum coccodes
Collybia cirrhata
Collybia cookei
Collybia tuberosa
Coniothyrium glycines
Coprinopsis sclerotiorum
Coprinus lagopus
Corticium botryohypochnoideum
Cortinarius calochrous
Cylindrocladium crotalariae
Cymatoderma sclerotioides
Dendrocollybia racemosa
Dumontinia tuberosa
Entoloma sp.
Fibularhizoctonia sp.
Gloeocercospora sorghi
Grovesinia pyramidalis
Gyrodon lividus
Hebeloma sacchariolens
Helicobasidium purpureum
Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca
Hypholoma tuberosum
Kohninia linnaeicola
Laccocephalum spp.
Laetisaria arvalis
Leccinum holopus
Leptosphaeria sclerotioides
Leucocoprinus luteus
Leucogyrophana lichenicola
Lignosus rhinocerus
Macrophomina phaseolina
Magnaporthe salvinii
Marchandiomyces lignicola
Martininia panamaensis
Mattirolomyces terfezioides
Morchella crassipes
Mycosphaerella ligulicola
Myriosclerotinia denisii
Omphalia lapidescens
Ophiocordyceps sinensis
Ovulinia azaleae
Paraleptosphaeria orobanches
Paxillus involutus
Penecillium sclerotigenum
Phialocephala fortinii
Phlebopus sudanicus
Phymatotrichopsis omnivora
Pisolithus tinctorius
Pleurotus tuber-regium
Polyporus tuberaster
Pseudombrophila dentata
Psilocybe caerulescens
Psilocybe gallindoi
Psilocybe mexicana
Psilocybe tampanensis
Pyronema domesticum
Redheadia quercus
Rhizoctonia solani
Rimbachia sp.
Rosellinia necatrix
Scleroconidioma sphagnicola
Sclerocrana atra
Scleroderma verrucosum
Scleromitrula shiraianum
Sclerotinia spp.
Sclerotium spp.
Septotinia podophyllina
Sordaria sclerogenia
Streptotinia arisaemae
Stromatinia gladioli
Stropharia tuberosa
Trechisporia sp.
Typhula spp.
Verticillium dahliae
Wolfiporia cocos
Wolfiporia extensa
Wynnea americana

*These entries detailed further in Smith et al. (2015), from which much of this list is sourced.

REFERENCES

Arora, D. Mushrooms Demystified (2nd Edition). Berkeley: Ten Speed Press, 1986. Print.

Castellano, M., James M. Trappe, Zane Maser & Chris Maser. Key to Spores of the Genera of Hypogeous Fungi of North Temperate Forests with special reference to animal mycophagy. Eureka: Mad River Press, 1989. Print.

Desjardin, D.E., M.G. Wood & F.A. Stevens. Mushrooms of California. Portland: Timber Press, 2015. Print.

Hansen K., B.A. Perry, A.W. Dranginis & D.H. Pfister. “A phylogeny of the highly diverse cup-fungus family Pyronemataceae (Pezizomycetes, Ascomycota) clarifies relationships and evolution of selected life history traits.” Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 67 (2013): 311-335.

Kagan-Zur, V., N. Roth-Bejerano, Y. Sitrit & A. Morte. Desert Truffles: Phylogeny, Physiology, Distribution and Domestication. Soil Biology (Book 38). New York: Springer, 2013. Print.

Kovács, G.M., J.M. Trappe, A.M. Alsheikh, K. Hansen, R.A. Healy & P. Vági. “Terfezia disappears from the American truffle mycota as two new genera and Mattirolomyces species emerge.” Mycologia 103.4 (2011): 831-840. doi: 10.3852/10-273 PDF

Læssøe, T. & K. Hansen. “Truffle trouble: what happened to the Tuberales?” New Bottles for Old Wine. Spec. issue of Mycological Research 111.9 (2007): 1075–1099. doi:10.1016/j.mycres.2007.08.004

Segedin, B.P. & S.R. Pennycook. “A nomenclatural checklist of agarics, boletes, and related secotioid and gasteromycetous fungi recorded from New Zealand.” New Zealand Journal of Botany 39.2 (2001): 285-348. DOI: 10.1080/0028825X.2001.9512739 PDF

Smith, M.E., T.W. Henkel & J.A. Rollins. “How many fungi make sclerotia?” Fungal Ecology 13 (2015): 211-220. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2014.08.010 PDF

Trappe, J.M. & M.A. Castellano. “New sequestrate Ascomycota and Basidiomycota covered by the Northwest Forest Plan.” Mycotaxon 75 (2000): 153-179. doi:10.5598/imafungus.2015.06.02.03 PDF

Trappe, J.M., R. Molina, D.L. Luoma, E. Cázares, D. Pilz, J.E. Smith, M.A. Castellano, S.L. Miller & M.J. Trappe. Diversity, Ecology, and Conservation of Truffle Fungi in Forests of the Pacific Northwest. United States Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Research Station. General Technical Report. PNW-GTR-772. 2009. Print. PDF

Trappe, M., F. Evans & J. Trappe. Field Guide To North American Truffles Hunting, Identifying, and Enjoying the World’s Most Prized Fungi. Berkeley: Ten Speed Press, 2007. Print.



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