Name: Hypholoma aurantiacum
Author: (Cooke) Faus
Citation: Bol. Soc. Micol. Castellana 7: 70 (1982)
Preferred Synonyms:Leratiomyces squamosus var. thraustus (Kalchbr.) Bridge & Spooner
Deprecated Synonyms: Stropharia aurantiaca (Cooke) M. Imai, Stropharia thrausta, Nematoloma aurantiacum (Cooke) Guzmán, Stropholoma aurantiacum (Cooke) Balletto, Psilocybe aurantiaca (Cooke) Noordel., Leratiomyces squamosus var. thraustus (Schulzer ex Kalchbr.) Bridge & Spooner, Psilocybe squamosa var. thrausta
Misspellings: Hypholoma aurantiaca (Cooke) Faus
This name has been misapplied to what is now known as Leratiomyces ceres.
The latest word (as of April 2008) base on Mycotaxon 103: 109-121 (2008): DNA analysis shows that what is commonly called Stropharia aurantiaca (or Hypholoma aurantiacum or Naematoloma aurantiaca) and Psilocybe ceres are the same and belong in the genus Leratiomyces. However, original Agaricus thraustus var. aurantiacus Cooke none of these and in this article is synonymized with Leratiomyces squamosus var. thraustus.
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