Notes:
Original Herbarium Label: Camarophyllopsis phaeoxantha (Romagn.) Arnolds
Herbarium Specimens:
2012-04-04 – This MO observation
UBC F27868 [as Camarophyllopsis phaeoxantha]
TENN-F-071207 (duplicate that was sent sent to Joshua Birkebak TENN)
GenBank LSU KP257219; rpb2 KP257269 [as _Hodophilus micaceus ]
2012-04-18 – Another collection from the same site two weeks later- no MO (duplicate that was sent sent to Joshua Birkebak TENN)
UBC F27879 [as Camarophyllopsis phaeoxantha]
TENN-f-071195 (duplicate that was sent sent to Joshua Birkebak TENN)
GenBank LSU KP25722; ITS KP257150; rpb2 KP257270
Adamčík S, Jančovičová S, Looney BP, Adamčíková K, Birkebak JM, Moreau PA, Vizzini A, Matheny PB. Circumscription of species in the Hodophilus foetens complex (Clavariaceae, Agaricales) in Europe. Mycological Progress. 2017 Jan 1;16(1):47-62.

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Fig. 1 Maximum Likelihood
phylogeny inferred from three
loci (ITS, LSU, and rpb2)w ith
species-level clades containing
collections with dark coloured
dots (* – labelled by asterisk) on
the stipe highlighted as well as the
two known superclades
composing the genusHodophilus.
Collection labels are up...

Proposed Names

87% (1)
Recognized by sight
Used references: Birkebak, J.M., 2015. Systematics and diversification patterns of morphologically and ecologically diverse lineages of Agaricomycetes: Clavariaceae and Cantharellales. Ph.D. Dissertation, U of Tennessee
Adamčík S, Jančovičová S, Looney BP, Adamčíková K, Birkebak JM, Moreau PA, Vizzini A, Matheny PB. Circumscription of species in the Hodophilus foetens complex (Clavariaceae, Agaricales) in Europe. Mycological Progress. 2017 Jan 1;16(1):47-62.

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Thanks, Alan, for removing the DNA information & a question
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2018-01-02 20:30:34 PST (-0800)

Would you know anything about the MO Facebook Group?
Hi Allan,
Do you know anything about the MO Facebook Group?

I have just tried to join it, but I think I failed.

I was asked three questions:

1) What is the purpose of this group? [read the review]
2) What are the messages that would make you to be removed from the group?
3) What is the Latin name of the fly agaric.

My answers were:
1) That’s what I would like to know too.
2) My answers above and below.
3) Lepista nuda

The group has 24 members and as a non-member I was able to see only a few nothing saying public postings.
Whom should I ask to accept me in the group? Can you be my voucher and vouch for me?

Many thanks,
Adolf

Ceska’s Hodophilus paupertinus in Adamcik’s cladogram refers to a different MO observation
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2017-07-05 15:24:22 PDT (-0700)

This one, collection from Royal Roads University:
Observation 66878: Hodophilus paupertinus (A.H. Sm. & Hesler) Adamčík, Birkebak & Looney
http://mushroomobserver.org/66878
Compare that MO 66878 with Adamcik et al. (2016), Fig 2-E
(I took the GenBank ### from Joshua Birkebak’s Dissertation and I still have to work on other Oluna’s material he used and fill the GenBank numbers for other our collections he used.) Regards, Adolf

Camarophyllopsis phaeoxantha group 1
By: else
2017-07-05 13:54:51 PDT (-0700)

Looking at the position of this collection in the phylogenetic tree given by Adamčik et al (2016), this is not H. micaceus (which has to be split up, and seems to be European), but a separate species, different from European collections under the name C. phaeoxantha.

Re: Do you see it often?
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2016-03-13 12:22:34 PDT (-0700)

We know it only from this site where we can find it in intervals of several years. For our earlier posting see
http://mushroomobserver.org/63840
Our collections are being studied by Joshua Birkebak et al. within his revision of this complex.
This fungus grows within a meter or two from an Inocybe insinuata population:
http://mushroomobserver.org/233448
http://mushroomobserver.org/117793
http://mushroomobserver.org/117800
http://mushroomobserver.org/117789
Inocybe insinuata seems to be rare in British Columbia.

Cool find!
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2016-03-12 19:24:08 PST (-0800)

Do you see this often?