Mycena viscidocruenta (Ruby Bonnet)

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    Ruby Bonnet (Mycena viscidocruenta) on forest mulch near Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Photographed on 13 April 2009.

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    3. Black Diamond Images 47 months ago | reply

      Arthur I have not yet confirmed this but I have been advised that this is now Cruentomycena viscidocruenta (formerly known as Mycena viscidocruenta). Check it out. Let me know if the advice I have received is incorrect.

    4. Arthur Chapman 47 months ago | reply

      The Atlas of Living Australia which maintains through the Victorian Herbarium the official checklist of Australian Fungi, still has it as Mycena viscidocruenta. I recomend following them as they will reflect any changes.

      Fungi Map - from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne is also using Mycena viscidocruenta.

    5. Black Diamond Images 47 months ago | reply

      Thanks for that tip re the Atlas of Living. Is that list accessible online. Yes I think that is the best way to go at this stage.
      I was informed that the genus Cruentomycena viscidocruenta has recently been erected with C. viscidocruenta as its only species but I have not been able to confirm that.

    6. Arthur Chapman 47 months ago | reply

      Look for the Atlas of Living Australia at www.ala.org.au

      The Interactive Catalogue of Australian Fungi is at www.rbg.vic.gov.au/dbpages/cat/index.php/fungicatalogue

    7. Arthur Chapman 47 months ago | reply

      Looks like the change is being accepted elsewhere, but until it is accepted by the Australian taxonomists I would stick with Mycena. Otherwise contact the people at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne. I am sure the databases will be updated eventually.

    8. Black Diamond Images 47 months ago | reply

      Thanks Arthur. For now I will have a bob each way. I will check it out but I have had some other Flickrites tell me now that the new name is winning acceptance. We will see what develops.
      www.mycotaxon.com/vol/abstracts/105/105-119.html

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