Name: Pholiota flavida
Author: (Schaeff.) Singer
Citation: Lilloa 22: 516 (1951)
- Looks like the real Pholiota flavida was a Hypholoma (from the Flammula name conservation recommendation: " Further examination of the protologue of A. flavidus established that the plate in Schaeffer likely depicts a species of Hypholoma (S. Ryman, pers. comm.). Horak ( Syn. Gen. Agaric .: 235, 1968) had already designated an epitype for the plate (as “lectotype”) which according to Jacobsson ( Taxon. Surv. Pholiota alnicola Group Eur .: 140, 1986) also represents a species of Hypholoma.")
- Looks like most of what has been called P. flavida in modern times is Flammula (e.g. F. alnicola).
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