Name: Tricholoma "stanford-gray"
Synonym(s):Tricholoma (Fr.) Staude
Deprecated Synonyms: Cortinellus Roze, Glutinaster Earle, Gyrophila Quél., Mastoleucomyces Battarra ex Kuntze, Megatricholoma G. Kost, Monomyces Battarra ex Earle, Phlebophora Lév., Sphaerocephalus Battarra ex Earle, Tricholoma “sp-1”
Because it’s not Latin, and when it does get published it’ll be Latinized. It is a useful code name to keep track of a specific taxon.
Tricholoma sp. isn’t a good name for it because there are tons of Tricholoma around, giving recognizable species a crypt. temp. helps separate them, and when it does get published the name can be edited with the correct info so dozens of name proposals don’t need to be made.
this should be nom. prov at the very least.
“Tricholoma “stanford-grey” is a name – it refers to an undescribed Tricholoma which is common in Southern California.”
So, before a name is given to the species, the best is Tricholoma.
Question: Why should I care in Portugal, about the species that seems to be new in California, before a description of it and the acceptance of a name for it?
Tricholoma “stanford-grey” is a name – it refers to an undescribed Tricholoma which is common in Southern California. See Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast page 376.
“stanford-gray” IS NOT A NAME.
Created: 2017-02-06 20:22:20 CST (-0500) by Noah Siegel (Noah)
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