Name: Mycena sensu lato
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First person to use this name on MO: Jacob Kalichman
Editors: Danny Newman, PinkNightmares

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Atheniella Porotheleaceae
Blasiphalia Repetobasidiaceae
Clitocybe aff. fellea Biannulariaceae
Clitocybula Porotheleaceae
Cruentomycena Mycenaceae
Delicatula Porotheleaceae
Fayodia (e.g. F. campanella) Fayodiaceae
Hydropus Porotheleaceae
Hemimycena Porotheleaceae
Mycena Mycenaceae
Mycenella Porotheleaceae
Mycopan Cyphellaceae
Myochromella Lyophyllaceae
Phloeomana Porotheleaceae
Roridomyces Mycenaceae
Sagaranella Lyophyllaceae
Sphagnurus Lyophyllaceae
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By: PinkNightmares
2018-11-21 19:41:53 CST (-0600)

For ease of sorting this should be used for mycenoid mushrooms until further identification is done confirming a species in mycena or otherwise

That was my first thought, but
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2017-04-12 00:57:36 CDT (-0500)

“Mycenaceae sensu lato” feels too broad, considering
- “Mycena (sensu stricto)” at some point presumably contained all the mushrooms that this name is for, whereas
- “Mycenaceae (sensu stricto)” already implies “beyond Mycena”. “Beyond beyond Mycena” is going too far.

By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2017-04-11 21:19:27 CDT (-0500)

I guess this has some application now that Porotheleaceae has taken mycenoid genera out of Mycenaceae, but I think Mycenaceae sensu lato would be the better term, given that until recently that’s where most myceoid things lived.

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