The Genus Hygrocybe, Boertmann, D.

(First print)

Page 12: Fig. 1 has been replaced by a wrong figure showing the lamellae trama of subgenus Hygrocybe, the same as in fig. 10. Fig. 1 should have shown a dry cutis.

Page 16: Subgenus Hygrocybe Bon should be Subgenus Hygrocybe . (No author, as it is an autonym).

Page 19: Text to Fig. 11: Last line: amend unumproved to read unimproved

Page 21: Line 4: amend (p. 28) to read (p. 29)

Page 21: Key A, line 4 from below: amend H. persistens (…) to read H. persistens (…), p. 152

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Page 27: Key C, line 19: amend (see key G, p. 32) to read (see key G: 20-26, p. 34)

Page 27: Key D, lini 3 from below: amend H. persistens (…) to read H. persistens (…), p. 152

Page 28: Key D amend # 20 and 21 to read :

20 Pileus hemispherical, convex, applanate or broadly conical, orange to reddish, often fading to yellowish 21
Pileus usually umbilicate, yellow 22
21 Pileus convex, hemispherical or applanate, reddish drying out to yellowish; stipe orange to yellow H. constrictospora, p. 100
Pileus convex to broadly conical, 3-10 mm broad, orange drying out to
creamy-white; lamellae orange-yellow; stipe 8-20 mm long (see also key Europe
G: 2, p. 32). Only one record in (in England; for a detailed description, see Reid
1972, p. 4).
H. aurantia Murrill
22 (as 21 in original)

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Page 32: Line 16 (Key G #2: 1): amend (see also key B: 26) to read (see also key B: 26, p. 25)

Page 32: Line 18 (Key G #2: 2): amend (see also key D: 28) to read (see also key D: 20, p. 28)

Page 36: Line 5: amend lacmus to read flavipes

Page 36: add to list of field characters:
Smell like garlic (very faint): H. helobia
Smell strong and like cedar wood or russian leather: H. russocoriacea

Page 44: Second line in Distribution and ecology amend Orton (1980) to read Orton 1987

Page 46: Second line from below: amend lawrensei to read lawrencei

Page 57: (H. lacmus): add spot to Greenland on distribution map.

Page 58: Last line: amend arte to read are

Page 59: (H. flavipes): remove spot from Greenland on distribution map.

Page 66: Third line: amend herb. E to read herb. K.

Page 86: 5th line from below: amend Alsaka to read Alaska

Page 94: The combination Hygrocybe splendidissima (P.D. Orton) Svrcek is taken from Bon 1990 and it cannot be confirmed, the correct combination is Hygrocybe splendidissima (P.D. Orton) M.M. Moser.

Page 103: Last line: amend interpret to read interprete

Page 118: Upper line: amend (Bres.) Singer to read (Bres.) F.H. Møller

Page 118: 4th line: add to SYN.: Hygrocybe marchii (Bres.) Singer

Page 119: First line: amend interpretation to read description

Page 119: Last line: amend lack a experience to read lack of experience

Page 179: 13th line: amend wei sporigen to read weisßporigen

Boertmann, D. 1995. The genus Hygrocybe. – Danish Mycological Society. 2nd print.

Page 12: Fig. 1 has been replaced by a wrong figure showing the lamellae trama of subgenus Hygrocybe, the same as in fig. 10. Fig. 1 should have shown a dry cutis.

Page 16: Subgenus Hygrocybe Bon should be Subgenus Hygrocybe. (No author, as it is an autonym).

Page 21: Key A, line 4 from below: amend p 152 to read p. 152

Page 36: Line 5: amend lacmus to read flavipes

Page 36: add to list of field characters:
Smell like garlic (very faint): H. helobia
Smell strong and like cedar wood or russian leather: H. russocoriacea

Page 44: Second line in Distribution and ecology amend (Orton 1980) to read (Orton 1987)

Page 46: Second line from below: amend lawrensei to read lawrencei

Page 58: Last line: amend arte to read are

Page 66: Third line: amend herb. E to read herb. K.

Page 94: The combination Hygrocybe splendidissima (P.D. Orton) Svrcek is taken from Bon 1990 and it cannot be confirmed, the correct combination is Hygrocybe splendidissima (P.D. Orton) M.M. Moser.

Page 118: 4th line: add to SYN.: Hygrocybe marchii (Bres.) Singer

Page 179: 13th line: amend weisporigen to read weißsporigen

David Boertmann, Feb. 1998

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