Observation 332633: Agaricineae Fr.

When: 2018-08-31

Collection location: Duck Lake State Park, North Muskegon, Michigan, USA [Click for map]

Who: Adam Bryant (Adam Bryant)

No specimen available


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Thank you
By: Adam Bryant (Adam Bryant)
2018-09-14 15:13:13 EDT (-0400)
Basically yes
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2018-09-14 15:07:01 EDT (-0400)

It’s not new (it was named by Fries in 1825), but it has come into real usage in the last decade or two of DNA evidence supporting it. Along with the ones you listed, it also includes the Nidulariaceae, Inocybaceae, Cortinariaceae, Bolbitiaceae, and Squamanitaceae, and several unplaced genera.

What’s Agaricineae?
By: Adam Bryant (Adam Bryant)
2018-09-14 14:53:56 EDT (-0400)

Am I right that it’s a new suborder containing: Agaricaceae – Crepidotaceae – Hydnangiaceae – Hymenogastraceae – Psathyrellaceae – Strophariaceae – Tubariaceae? (from internet search)

Unfortunately no
By: Adam Bryant (Adam Bryant)
2018-09-14 14:50:19 EDT (-0400)

I was visiting Michigan for a couple weeks and am back home now. I’ll keep an eye out for them next summer though.

These seem interesting
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2018-09-14 10:16:02 EDT (-0400)

Halfway between Psathyrella and Cortinarius. Can you find more?