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Bandini, D., Christan, J., Eberhardt, U., Ploch, S., Tahir, A. , Oertel, B., Thines, M. (2017)

Inocybe sphagnophila sp. nov., a new species of the nodulose-spored subsection Napipedinae of genus Inocybe (Agaricales).

Summary: A new species of the genus Inocybe (subgenus Inocybe) is described. Inocybe sphagnophila belongs to the nodulose-spored subsection Napipedinae, and is obviously not a rare species – at least in Germany and Austria. It has small spores (on av. < 8 µm long), rather short hymenial cystidia (on av. < 55 µm long), and a conspicuous whitish cortina. Its preferred habitat are moist boggy locations in woods with Picea abies and Sphagnum. DNA-analyses (ITS and partial nrLSU) done on 16 collections are discussed and a phylogenetic tree is given, which revealed that the species is genetically clearly separated from other species of the Napipedinae. For the sake of comparison, the type of I. pseudoumbrina Stangl has been examined morphologically and genetically and found to be conspecific with I. assimilata (Britzelm.) Sacc. A microplate of the type of I. pseudoumbrina is given.

Mycol. Bav. 18: 11-34
Christan, J. (2017)

Ankündigung: 12. Bayerische Mykologische Tagung 2018: Vom 13. bis 18. September 2018 in Pfronten/Füssener Land

Mycol. Bav. 18: 131
Christan, J., Hussong, A., Dondl, M. (2017)

Contribution to the family Psathyrellaceae: Psathyrella spintrigeroides, Psathyrella supernula, Psathyrella typhae.

Summary: Described are Psathyrella spintrigeroides, Psathyrella supernula and Psathyrella typhae three species of the family of the Psathyrellaceae. Additionally to macroscopical and microscopical details also their present distribution in Bavaria are discussed.

Mycol. Bav. 18: 35-58
Fellmann, B., Rössl, I., Lohmeyer, T. R., Hahn, C. (2017)

Selenaspora guernisacii – an unusual discomycete (Sarcosomataceae) new for Germany.

Summary: When in early 2015 the Saalach reservoir near Bad Reichenhall (Germany, Upper  Bavaria) was drained for maintenance work, large  patches of land fell dry  which had been covered by water for decades. Within weeks, a pioneer vegetation developed, including algae, small mosses, various flowering plants, and numerous Basidiomycetes and Ascomycetes. Among the fungi  collected was Selenaspora guernisacii, a minute discomycete belonging to the Sarcosomataceae family. The rare fungus had hitherto been reported only from France, The Netherlands, Denmark (DNA-record only), Georgia, and the United States (Oregon). The authors describe its macroscopical and microscopical features and ecology, discuss its systematic position and show its geographical distribution.

Mycol. Bav. 18: 109-119
Grünert, H. (2017)

Meine Pilz-Wälder, Erfahrungen eines Pilzlers

Mycol. Bav. 18: 1-10

Hahn, C. (2017)

Capronia sujiae (first German record) and further lichenicolous fungi on Xanthoria.

Summary: During a mycological survey of the nutrient-poor grasslands near Rothschwaig, Fürstenfeldbruck, Upper Bavaria, three lichenicolous fungi were collected on a single weakened, partly necrotic specimen of Xanthoria parietina agg.: Capronia suijae, Didymocyrtis caproniae, and Lichenoconium xanthoriae. Capronia suijae is new to Germany resp. Bavaria. All three lichenicolous species are described and discussed.

Mycol. Bav. 18: 97-108
Hahn, C. (2017)

Fungi selecti Bavariae Nr. 34

Pseudoclitocybe expallens (Pers.: Fr.) M.M. Moser Magerrasen-Gabeltrichterling, Ausblassender Gabeltrichterling

Mycol. Bav. 18: 120
Hahn, C. (2017)

Buchbesprechung: Die Pilze Österreichs von Dämon Wolfgang & Kriasi-Greilhuber Irmgard Verzeichnis und Rote Liste 2016. Teil: Makromyzeten

Mycol. Bav. 18: 126-127
Markones, R. (2017)

Buchbesprechung: Heilende Pilze -Die wichtigsten Arten der Welt im Portrait von Jürgen Guthmann

Mycol. Bav. 18: 128-130
Marxmüller, H. (2017)

Obituary: Mauro Sarnari (1950-2017)

Mycol. Bav. 18: 121-125
Ulmer, A., Ostrow, H. (2017)

Mycological survey of meadow fungi species at the region of the Mycology-Working Group Coburg.

Summary: In the last four years, with a focus in 2014, the Mycology-Working Group Coburg has surveyed meadow and grassland fungi species in Lower and Upper Franconia. Here we present those ten species rich plots of the survey, which are, according to the classification scheme by Lüderitz (2016), of national and international importance. Species of the survey which are classified as critical endangered by the Bavarian Red List authorities or are first records for Bavaria are presented in detail. The insufficient protection of those meadows and grasslands is discussed.

Mycol. Bav. 18: 59-96
Neu beschriebene oder umkombinierte Taxa
Inocybe sphagnophila Bandini & B. Oertel sp. nov.
Mycol. Bav. 18: 132