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Agaricus abhorrens Berk. & Broome (1879), (= Hodophilus foetens); Agaricales
Agaricus abietinus Bull. (1789), (= Gloeophyllum abietinum); Gloeophyllaceae
Agaricus abjectus Berk. & Broome (1871), (= Conocybe abjecta); Bolbitiaceae
Agaricus abjectus P. Karst. (1878), (= Inocybe flocculosa); Inocybaceae
Agaricus abortivus Berk. & M.A. Curtis (1859), (= Entoloma abortivum); Entolomataceae
Agaricus abramsii Murrill (1912); Agaricaceae
Agaricus abruptibulbus sensu auct. eur., auct. brit., (= Agaricus sylvicola); Agaricaceae
Agaricus abruptibulbus Peck (1905); Agaricaceae
Agaricus abruptibulbus var. nullicystidiatus M. Kaur & Harw. Kaur (2016), (= Agaricus abruptibulbus); Agaricaceae
Agaricus abruptus Fr. (1852), (= Cortinarius callisteus); Cortinariaceae
Agaricus abscondens Peck (1878), (= Pleurotus abscondens); Pleurotaceae
Agaricus absinthiatus Lasch (1828), (= Pseudoomphalina absinthiata); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus absinthiatus var. absinthiatus Lasch (1828), (= Pseudoomphalina absinthiata); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus absinthiatus var. subcitrinus Lasch (1828), (= Pseudoomphalina absinthiata); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus abstrusus Fr. (1874), (= Pholiota abstrusa); Strophariaceae
Agaricus abundans Peck (1878), (= Clitocybula abundans); Marasmiaceae
Agaricus acerbus Bull. (1792), (= Tricholoma acerbum); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus acericola Peck (1873), (= Agrocybe acericola); Strophariaceae
Agaricus acerinus Fr. (1838), (= Pleurotus dryinus); Pleurotaceae
Agaricus acerosus Fr. (1821), (= Arrhenia acerosa); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus acervatus Fr. (1821), (= Connopus acervatus); Omphalotaceae
Agaricus acheruntius Humb. (1793), (= Tapinella panuoides); Tapinellaceae
Agaricus acicula Schaeff. (1774), (= Mycena acicula); Mycenaceae
Agaricus acris Bolton (1788), (= Lactarius acris); Russulaceae
Agaricus acris var. acris Bull. (1792), (= Lactarius acris); Russulaceae
Agaricus acris var. fuligineus Alb. & Schwein. (1805), (= Lactarius acris); Russulaceae
Agaricus acris var. lividorubescens (Batsch) Pers. (1801), (= Lactarius lividorubescens); Russulaceae
Agaricus acris ? alneti (Krapf) Pers. (1801), (= Lactarius acris); Russulaceae
Agaricus actiniceps Kalchbr. & Cooke (1881), (= Marasmius actiniceps); Marasmiaceae
Agaricus acuminatus Scop. (1772), (= Panaeolus acuminatus); Agaricales
Agaricus acuminatus Schaeff. (1774), (= Panaeolus acuminatus); Agaricales
Agaricus acus W.G. Sm. (1875), (= Eccilia acus); Entolomataceae
Agaricus acutatus Kalchbr. & F. Muell. (1882), (= Mycena filopes); Mycenaceae
Agaricus acutesquamosus Weinm. (1824), (= Echinoderma asperum); Agaricaceae
Agaricus acutus Pers. (1801), (= Cortinarius acutus); Cortinariaceae
Agaricus acutus Cooke (1886), (= Hypholoma acutum); Hymenogastraceae
Agaricus acutus var. acutus Pers. (1801), (= Cortinarius acutus); Cortinariaceae
Agaricus acutus var. paludosus Fr. (1818), (= Cortinarius acutus); Cortinariaceae
Agaricus adaequatus Britzelm. (1879), (= Inocybe adaequata); Inocybaceae
Agaricus adhaerens J.F. Gmel. (1792), (= Gomphidius glutinosus); Gomphidiaceae
Agaricus adhaerens Alb. & Schwein. (1805), (= Neolentinus adhaerens); Polyporaceae
Agaricus adhaerens var. adhaerens Alb. & Schwein. (1805), (= Neolentinus adhaerens); Polyporaceae
Agaricus adhaerens var. adhaesivus (With.) Fr. (1821), (= Neolentinus adhaerens); Polyporaceae
Agaricus adhaesicus With. (1796), (= Neolentinus adhaerens); Polyporaceae
Agaricus adiposus sensu Berkeley, (= Pholiota aurivella); Strophariaceae
Agaricus adiposus Batsch (1786), (= Pholiota adiposa); Strophariaceae
Agaricus adirondackensis Peck (1872), (= Singerocybe adirondackensis); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus admirabilis Peck (1872), (= Pluteus admirabilis); Pluteaceae
Agaricus admissus Britzelm. (1882), (= Lyophyllum admissum); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus adnatus W.G. Sm. (1870), (= Amanita gemmata); Amanitaceae
Agaricus adonis Bull. (1793), (= Atheniella adonis); Marasmiaceae
Agaricus adonis var. adonis Bull. (1793), (= Atheniella adonis); Marasmiaceae
Agaricus adonis var. viridis Pers. (1801), (= Atheniella adonis); Marasmiaceae
Agaricus adscendens Lasch (1829), (= Mycena tenerrima); Mycenaceae
Agaricus adscendibus Bolton (1788), (= Paxillus involutus); Paxillaceae
Agaricus adscriptus Britzelm. (1890), (= Lyophyllum infumatum); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus adsentiens P. Karst. (1876), (= Melanoleuca verrucipes); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus adstringens Pers. (1801), (= Melanoleuca adstringens); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus adstringens var. adstringens Pers. (1801), (= Melanoleuca adstringens); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus adstringens var. placenta (Batsch) Alb. & Schwein. (1805), (= Melanoleuca adstringens); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus adustus Pers. (1801), (= Russula nigricans); Russulaceae
Agaricus adustus var. elephantinus Pers. (1801), (= Russula nigricans); Russulaceae
Agaricus adustus var. elephantinus (Bolton) Fr. (1821), (= Russula nigricans); Russulaceae
Agaricus aegerita V. Brig. (1837), (= Cyclocybe aegerita); Strophariaceae
Agaricus aequivocus (Holmsk.) E.H.L. Krause (1932), (= Meripilus giganteus); Meripilaceae
Agaricus aerugineus Lam. (1778), (= Lactarius aerugineus); Russulaceae
Agaricus aeruginosus Curtis (1782), (= Stropharia aeruginosa); Hymenogastraceae
Agaricus aestivalis (F.H. Møller) Pilát (1951), (= Agaricus altipes); Agaricaceae
Agaricus aestivalis var. flavotactus (F.H. Møller) Pilát (1951), (= Agaricus altipes); Agaricaceae
Agaricus aestivalis var. veneris (R. Heim & G. Becker) Wasser (1980), (= Agaricus heimii); Agaricaceae
Agaricus aestriplex (E.H.L. Krause) E.H.L. Krause (1932), (= Fomitiporia robusta); Hymenochaetaceae
Agaricus aestuans Fr. (1821), (= Tricholoma aestuans); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus aethiops Scop. (1770), (= Entoloma aethiops); Entolomataceae
Agaricus aethiops subsp. aethiops Scop. (1772), (= Entoloma aethiops); Entolomataceae
Agaricus aethiops subsp. eccilioides Sacc. (1881), (= Entoloma aethiops); Entolomataceae
Agaricus aethiops var. aethiops Scop. (1772), (= Entoloma aethiops); Entolomataceae
Agaricus aethiops var. solstitialis Fr. (1838), (= Entoloma aethiops); Entolomataceae
Agaricus aetites Fr. (1838), (= Mycena aetites); Mycenaceae
Agaricus affixus Berk. (1848), (= Marasmiellus affixus); Omphalotaceae
Agaricus affricatus Fr. (1818), (= Omphalina affricata); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus agardhii N. Lund (1845), (= Inocybe agardhii); Inocybaceae
Agaricus agathosmus Fr. (1815), (= Hygrophorus agathosmus); Hygrophoraceae
Agaricus aggericola Peck (1872), (= Pholiota aggericola); Strophariaceae
Agaricus agglutinatus Berk. & M.A. Curtis (1849), (= Amanita agglutinata); Amanitaceae
Agaricus aggregatus Schaeff. (1774), (= Lyophyllum decastes); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus aggregatus var. aggregatus Schaeff. (1774), (= Lyophyllum decastes); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus aggregatus var. parvus Fr. (1874), (= Lyophyllum decastes); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus agrinferus Kerrigan & Callac (2008); Agaricaceae
Agaricus agrocyboides Heinem. & Gooss.-Font. (1956); Agaricaceae
Agaricus aithopus Holmsk. (1799), (= Pseudoclitocybe cyathiformis); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus alabamensis Murrill (1922); Agaricaceae
Agaricus alachuanus Murrill (1938); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albellus Schaeff. (1774), (= Calocybe albella); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus albellus DC. (1805), (= Calocybe gambosa); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus albellus var. albellus Schaeff. (1774), (= Calocybe albella); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus albellus var. flavicans Lév. (1855), (= Calocybe albella); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus albertii Bon (1988), (= Agaricus urinascens); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albertii var. albertii Bon (1988), (= Agaricus urinascens); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albertii var. excellens (F.H. Møller) Bohus (1990), (= Agaricus urinascens); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albertii var. kuehnerianus (Heinem.) P. Roux & Guy García (2006), (= Agaricus kuehnerianus); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albertinii Fr. (1821), (= Pleurotus dryinus); Pleurotaceae
Agaricus albidoincarnatus Britzelm. (1893), (= Ripartites albidoincarnatus); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albido-ochraceus Britzelm. (1899), (= Inocybe albido-ochracea); Inocybaceae
Agaricus albidoperonatus Heinem. (1980); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albidulus Britzelm. (1885), (= Inocybe corydalina); Inocybaceae
Agaricus albidus Balb. (1804), (= Crepidotus variabilis); Inocybaceae
Agaricus albidus (Schaeff.) E.H.L. Krause (1933), (= Postia stiptica); Fomitopsidaceae
Agaricus albissimus Peck (1873), (= Leucopaxillus albissimus); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus alboargillascens (A. Pearson) Bon (1985); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albobrunneus Pers. (1801), (= Tricholoma albobrunneum); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albobrunneus f. albobrunneus Pers. (1801), (= Tricholoma albobrunneum); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albobrunneus f. dubia Pers. (1828), (= Tricholoma albobrunneum); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albobrunneus f. glutinosus Fr. (1821), (= Tricholoma albobrunneum); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albobrunneus var. albobrunneus Pers. (1801), (= Tricholoma albobrunneum); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albobrunneus var. dispar Pers. (1828), (= Tricholoma albobrunneum); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albobrunneus var. dubius Pers. (1828), (= Tricholoma albobrunneum); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albobrunneus var. rufobrunneus Pers. (1828), (= Tricholoma albobrunneum); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albocrenulatus Peck (1873), (= Hemistropharia albocrenulata); Cortinariaceae
Agaricus albocyaneus Fr. (1838), (= Stropharia pseudocyanea); Hymenogastraceae
Agaricus albofimbriata Trog (1839), (= Tricholomopsis rutilans); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus alboflavidus Peck (1872), (= Collybia alboflavida); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albogriseus Peck (1878), (= Entoloma albogriseum); Entolomataceae
Agaricus alboides Peck (1880); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albolutescens Zeller (1938); Agaricaceae
Agaricus alboniger Krombh. (1845), (= Russula albonigra); Russulaceae
Agaricus albonitens Fr. (1857), (= Stropharia albonitens); Hymenogastraceae
Agaricus albonudus Beeli (1928), (= Micropsalliota albonuda); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albosanguineus Hotson & D.E. Stuntz (1938); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albosericellus Gminder (2010), (= Agaricus altipes); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albosericellus var. albosericellus Gminder (2010), (= Agaricus altipes); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albosericellus var. veneris (R. Heim & G. Becker) Gminder (2010), (= Agaricus heimii); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albosericeus Rauschert (1992), (= Agaricus altipes); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albosericeus var. flavotactus (F.H. Møller) Courtec. (2008), (= Agaricus altipes); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albosquamosus Linda J. Chen, K.D. Hyde & R.L. Zhao (2016); Agaricaceae
Agaricus alboviolaceus Pers. (1801), (= Cortinarius alboviolaceus); Cortinariaceae
Agaricus albuminosus Berk. (1847), (= Macrolepiota albuminosa); Agaricaceae
Agaricus albus Schaeff. (1774), (= Tricholoma album); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albus Bull. (1793), (= Amanita vaginata); Amanitaceae
Agaricus albus var. albus Schaeff. (1774), (= Tricholoma album); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus albus var. caesariatus Fr. (1838), (= Inocybe caesariata); Inocybaceae
Agaricus alcalinus sensu Cooke [Ill. Brit. Fung. 234 (225) (1882)], (= Mycena inclinata); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alcalinus Fr. (1818), (= Mycena alcalina); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alcalinus subsp. alcalinus Fr. (1818), (= Mycena alcalina); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alcalinus var. alcalinus Fr. (1818), (= Mycena alcalina); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alcalinus var. ammoniacus Fr. (1818), (= Mycena alcalina); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alcalinus var. miriaticus Fr. (1818), (= Mycena alcalina); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alcalinus leptocephalus (Pers.) Fr. (1821), (= Mycena leptocephala); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alcalinus ? ammoniacus Fr. (1818), (= Mycena alcalina); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alectorolophoides Schaeff. (1774), (= Cantharellus cibarius); Cantharellaceae
Agaricus aleuriatus Fr. (1815), (= Bolbitius reticulatus); Bolbitiaceae
Agaricus algidus sensu Colenso, (= Hohenbuehelia nothofaginea); Pleurotaceae
Agaricus algidus Fr. (1821), (= Resupinatus algidus); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus allantopus Berk. (1845), (= Gymnopilus allantopus); Hymenogastraceae
Agaricus alliaceus Jacq. (1773), (= Mycetinis alliaceus); Omphalotaceae
Agaricus alligator Murrill (1945); Agaricaceae
Agaricus allochrous Pers. (1828), (= Pleurotus allochrous); Pleurotaceae
Agaricus allochrous var. allochrous Pers. (1828), (= Pleurotus allochrous); Pleurotaceae
Agaricus allochrous var. avellaneus Pers. (1828), (= Pleurotus allochrous); Pleurotaceae
Agaricus allochrous var. fuligineus (Pers.) Pers. (1828), (= Pleurotus allochrous); Pleurotaceae
Agaricus allochrous var. ochraceous Pers. (1828), (= Pleurotus allochrous); Pleurotaceae
Agaricus alluviinus Peck (1884), (= Lepiota alluviina); Agaricaceae
Agaricus almenii Fr. (1874), (= Panellus serotinus); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alneti Krapf (1782), (= Lactarius acris); Russulaceae
Agaricus alneti Schumach. (1803), (= Homophron cernuum); Psathyrellaceae
Agaricus alneus L. (1755), (= Schizophyllum commune); Schizophyllaceae
Agaricus alneus Reichard (1780), (= Schizophyllum commune); Schizophyllaceae
Agaricus alnicola Fr. (1821), (= Pholiota alnicola); Strophariaceae
Agaricus alnicola var. alnicola Fr. (1821), (= Pholiota alnicola); Strophariaceae
Agaricus alnicola var. rosarum Secr. (1833), (= Pholiota alnicola); Strophariaceae
Agaricus alnicola salicicola Fr. (1874), (= Pholiota alnicola); Strophariaceae
Agaricus alopecius Berk. & M.A. Curtis (1860), (= Marasmius alopecuis); Marasmiaceae
Agaricus alopochrous Berk. & Broome (1871), (= Lepiota alopochroa); Agaricaceae
Agaricus alpestris Britzelm. (1891), (= Calocybe alpestris); Lyophyllaceae
Agaricus alphitochrous Berk. & Broome (1871), (= Hymenagaricus alphitochrous); Agaricaceae
Agaricus alphitophorus Berk. (1876), (= Mycena alphitophora); Mycenaceae
Agaricus alpinus Britzelm. (1890), (= Lichenomphalia alpina); Hygrophoraceae
Agaricus altipes (F.H. Møller) F.H. Møller (1951); Agaricaceae
Agaricus altipes f. altipes (F.H. Møller) F.H. Møller (1951), (= Agaricus altipes); Agaricaceae
Agaricus altipes var. altipes (F.H. Møller) F.H. Møller (1951), (= Agaricus altipes); Agaricaceae
Agaricus altipes var. veneris (R. Heim & G. Becker) L.A. Parra (2005), (= Agaricus heimii); Agaricaceae
Agaricus alutaceus Pers. (1796), (= Russula olivacea); Russulaceae
Agaricus alutaceus Fr. (1821), (= Russula alutacea); Russulaceae
Agaricus alutaceus Vittad. (1835), (= Amanita alutacea); Amanitaceae
Agaricus alutaceus var. olivaceus (Schaeff.) Krombh. (1843), (= Russula olivacea); Russulaceae
Agaricus alutaceus var. substypticus Pers. (1801), (= Russula integra); Russulaceae
Agaricus alutaceus xanthopus Fr. (1815), (= Russula alutacea); Russulaceae
Agaricus alveolatus Kalchbr. (1881), (= Hymenopellis alveolata); Physalacriaceae
Agaricus alveolus sensu Colenso, (= Crepidotus novae-zelandiae); Inocybaceae
Agaricus alveolus Lasch (1829), (= Crepidotus alveolus); Inocybaceae
Agaricus amabilipes Peck (1879), (= Collybia amabilipes); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus amabillissimus Peck (1887), (= Atheniella amabillissima); Marasmiaceae
Agaricus amadelphus Bull. (1792), (= Marasmiellus ramealis); Omphalotaceae
Agaricus amadelphus var. amadelphus Bull. (1792), (= Marasmiellus ramealis); Omphalotaceae
Agaricus amadelphus var. epicladus Pers. (1828), (= Marasmiellus ramealis); Omphalotaceae
Agaricus amanitae Batsch (1786), (= Collybia cirrhata); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus amanitae subsp. amanitae Batsch (1786), (= Collybia cirrhata); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus amanitae subsp. cirrhatus Pers. (1800), (= Collybia cirrhata); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus amanitae subsp. sclerotii Pers. (1800), (= Collybia cirrhata); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus amanitae subsp. tuberosus (Bull.) Pers. (1800), (= Collybia tuberosa); Tricholomataceae
Agaricus amanitiformis Wasser (1974); Agaricaceae

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