ICAF References

These are the references used for Fungi of Australia volumes 2A and 2B, with additions to November 2005.

Entries in black are those listed in Fungi of Australia volumes 2A and 2B, entries in red are later additions.

Entries in blue relate to discrepancies between the reference lists of Fungi of Australia volumes 2A and 2B. Occasionally a particular author+date reference as used in the bibliography for volume 2A (such as Cheel, 1907a) may relate to a different publication than in the bibliography of volume 2B. This is because the two volumes had different lists of references. In these cases, the entry in black is specific for taxa treated in volume 2A and the entry in blue (for the same author+date combination, but different publication) is specific for taxa treated in volume 2B. Also, sometimes the same publication was included in volume 2A with a different author+date+letter combination than in volume 2B.

Example:

Cheel, E. (1907a), List of fungi, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 32: 202-205.
Cheel, E. (1907a), Notes and exhibits, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 32: 159.
Cheel, E. (1907b), List of Fungi, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 32: 202-205.
Cheel, E. (1907b), Notes and exhibits, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 32: 475.

Anomalies in referencing arising from discrepancies between the reference lists in volumes 2A and 2B are gradually being removed.

Fungi of Australia volume 2A treated the agaricoid and truffle-like Agaricales, Boletales, Cantharellales and Russulales and volume 2B covered all other macrofungal Basidiomycota, and macrofungal Myxomycota.

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Entries in black are those listed in Fungi of Australia volumes 2A and 2B, entries in red are additions, entries in blue relate to discrepancies between the reference lists of volumes 2A and 2B.

Aberdeen, J.E.C. & Jones, W. (1958), A hallucinogenic toadstool, Austral. J. Sci. 21: 149.
Aberdeen, J.E.C. & Vock, N.T. (1976), Common Queensland mushrooms, Queensland Agric. J. 102. [Insert and back cover to part 5; no page numbers.]
Aberdeen, J.E.C. (1953), Can I eat that toadstool? Queensland Naturalist 14: 104-106 [as '16-18'].
Aberdeen, J.E.C. (1954), Can I eat that toadstool? II, Queensland Naturalist 15: 26-28.
Aberdeen, J.E.C. (1962), Notes on Australian Lepiota in the Kew Herbarium, Kew Bull. 16: 129-137.
Aberdeen, J.E.C. (1976), Larger fungi: hobby and research, Queensland Naturalist 21: 113-117.
Aberdeen, J.E.C. (1979), An Introduction to the Mushrooms, Toadstools and Larger Fungi of Queensland. Queensland Naturalists' Club.
Aberdeen, J.E.C. (1992), Lepiotoid Genera (Agaricales) in South-eastern Queensland. Aberdeen Publications, Gailes, Queensland.
Aberdeen, J.E.C., Ross, D.J. & Thompson, C.H. (1989), Studies in landscape dynamics in the Cooloola - Noosa River area, Queensland. 7. Larger fungi. CSIRO Australia, Division of Soils. Divisional Report No. 100.
Aboriginal Communities of the Northern Territory (1993), Traditional Aboriginal Medicines in the Northern Territory of Australia. Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory of Australia, Darwin.
Agerer, R. & Bougher, N.L. (2001), Amaurodon aquicoeruleus (Thelephoraceae, Hymenomycetes, Basidiomycota), a new species from Australia with spores distinctly blue in water, Austral. Syst. Bot. 14: 599-606.
Agerer, R. & Bougher, N.L. (2001a), Tomentella subamyloidea sp. nov. and T. radiosa (Thelephoraceae, Hymenomycetes, Basidiomycota) from Australia, Austral. Syst. Bot. 14: 607-614.
Agerer, R. (1973), Rectipilus. Eine neue Gattung cyphelloider Pilze, Persoonia 7: 389-436.
Agerer, R. (1975), Flagelloscypha. Studien an cyphelloiden Basidiomyceten, Sydowia 27: 131-265.
Agerer, R. (1979), A new combination in the genus Flagelloscypha and a contribution to the identity of Cyphella peckii, Mycotaxon 9: 464-468.
Agerer, R. (1983), Typusstudien an cyphelloiden Pilzen IV. Lachnella Fr. s.l., Mitt. Bot. Staatssamml. München 19: 163-334.
Ahmad, S. (1972), Basidiomycetes of West Pakistan, Monogr. Biol. Soc. Pakistan 6: 1-141.
Aime, M.C., Baroni, T.J. & Miller, O.K. Jnr (2002), Crepidotus thermophilus comb. nov., a reassessment of Melanomphalia thermophila, a rarely collected tropical agaric, Mycologia 94: 1059-1065.
Ainsworth, A.M. & Rayner, A.D.M. (1989), Hyphal and mycelial response associated with genetic exchange within and between species of the basidiomycete genus Stereum, J. Gen. Microbiol. 135: 1643-1659.
Ainsworth, A.M., Orledge, G.M. & Smith, P.A. (2001), New British Records. 182. Perenniporia ochroleuca, Mycologist 15: 38.
Akers, B.P. & Sundberg, W.J. (1997), Leucoagaricus hortensis: some synonyms from Florida and taxonomic observations, Mycotaxon 62: 401-419.
Albrecht, C., Burgess, T., Dell, B. & Lapeyrie, F. (1994), Chitinase and peroxidase activities are induced in eucalypt roots according to aggressiveness of Australian ectomycorrhizal strains of Pisolithus sp., New Phytol. 127: 217-222.
Alcorn, J.L. (1976), Host Index of Plant Disease in Queensland. Supplement 1. Plant Pathology Branch, Department of Primary Industries, Queensland.
Allen, J.W., Merlin, M.D. & Jansen, K.L.R. (1991), An ethnomycological review of psychoactive agarics in Australia and New Zealand, J. Psychoact. Drugs 23: 39-69.
Allen, R. (1970), Fly agaric, Bendigo Naturalist 4: 39.
Allen, R. (1970), Red for danger, Bendigo Naturalist 3: 57.
Allen, R. (1971), The basket fungus, Bendigo Naturalist 4: 23.
Allen, S.J. & Young, A.M. (1993), Coprinus cinereus associated with a cotton module rot, Mycologist 7: 73-74.
Allen, W.J. (1916), Orchard notes. May, Agric. Gaz. New South Wales 27: 377-379.
Altés, A. & Moreno, G. (1993), Tulostoma beccarianum Bresad., the correct name for T. simulans Lloyd, Mycotaxon 48: 223-227.
Altés, A. & Moreno, G. (1995), Tulostoma fimbriatum, the correct name for Tulostoma readerii, Mycotaxon 56: 421-425.
Altés, A. & Moreno, G. (1999), Notes on type materials of Tulostoma (Tulostomataceae) T. macrosporum, T. meridionale and T. utahense, Persoonia 17: 259-264.
Altés, A., Moreno, G. & Wright, J.E. (1999), Notes on Tulostoma volvulatum and T. giovanellae, Mycol. Res. 103: 91-98.
Alvarez, I.F., Parladé, J., Trappe, J.M. & Castellano, M.A. (1993), Hypogeous mycorrhizal fungi of Spain, Mycotaxon 47: 201-217.
Ammirati, J.F. (1975), Cortinarius, section Dermocybe - Cortinarius clelandii, Mycotaxon 3: 95-101.
Andersen, T.F. & Stalpers, J.A. (1994), A check-list of Rhizoctonia epithets, Mycotaxon 51: 437-457.
Andersen, T.F. (1996), A comparative taxonomic study of Rhizoctonia sensu lato employing morphological, ultrastructural and molecular methods, Mycol. Res. 100: 1117-1128.
Anderson, I.C., Chambers, S.M. & Cairney, J.W.G. (1998a), Use of molecular methods to estimate the size and distribution of mycelial individuals of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Pisolithus tinctorius, Mycol. Res. 102: 295-300.
Anderson, I.C., Chambers, S.M. & Cairney, J.W.G. (1998b), Molecular determination of genetic variation in Pisolithus isolates from a defined region in New South Wales, Australia, New Phytol. 138: 151-162.
Anderson, I.C., Chambers, S.M. & Cairney, J.W.G. (1999), Intra- and interspecific variation in patterns of organic and inorganic nitrogen utilization by three Australian Pisolithus species, Mycol. Res. 103: 1579-1587.
Anon. (1861), Catalogue of the Victorian Exhibition, 1861. John Ferres, Melbourne.
Anon. (1867), Intercolonial Exhibition of Australasia, Melbourne, 1866-67. Official Record. Blundell & Co, Melbourne.
Anon. (1873), London International Exhibition of 1873. (Melbourne 1872-73). Official Record. Mason, Firth, & McCutcheon, Melbourne.
Anon. (1885), The Queen's Birthday excursion to Lilydale, Victorian Naturalist 2: 33-36.
Anon. (1886), New Victorian fungs, Victorian Naturalist 3: 80.
Anon. (1888a), List of species of Agaricus and Panus discovered by Miss Wehl near Lake Bonney ..., Trans. Proc. & Rep. Roy. Soc. S. Australia 10: 303.
Anon. (1888b), [Report of exhibits], Victorian Naturalist 5: 61.
Anon. (1889), Excursion of Field Naturalists' Section to Brookfield, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland 6: 65-70.
Anon. (1889a), Excursion of Field Naturalists' Section to Brookfield, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland 6: 65-70.
Anon. (1889b), Paris Universal Exhibition, 1889. Catalogue of Exhibits in the Victorian Court. Robt. S.Brain, Government Printer, Melbourne.
Anon. (1890), Additional species of Australian fungi, Trans. Proc. & Rep. Roy. Soc. S. Australia 13: 238-242.
Anon. (1892), Native bread, Agric. Gaz. New South Wales 3: 79.
Anon. (1893a), Bibliography, Grevillea 21: 121-124.
Anon. (1893b), Native Bread, Victorian Naturalist 9: 144.
Anon. (1905), Native Bread, Victorian Naturalist 21: 132.
Anon. (1910), Reports of Excursions, Austral. Naturalist 2: 6-7.
Anon. (1911), Excursion to Broadmeadows, Victorian Naturalist 27: 225-227.
Anon. (1916), Armillaria mellea killing fruit trees, Agric. Gaz. New South Wales 27: 16.
Anon. (1923), The late Mrs. W. Martin, Victorian Naturalist 40: 104.
Anon. (1924), Excursion to the National Park, S. Austral. Naturalist 5: 138-139.
Anon. (1937), The Rev. James Wilson, Victorian Naturalist 54: 50.
Anon. (1939), Our largest fungus, Wild Life (Melbourne) 1(13): 22.
Anon. (1940), Along the tracks, Wild Life (Melbourne) 2: 36-38.
Anon. (1940), Yellow gilled toadstool, S. Austral. Naturalist 20: 23.
Anon. (1941), A poisonous fungus, Agric. Gaz. New South Wales 52: 213.
Anon. (1942), 'Bird Nests' of the fungus world, Wild Life (Melbourne) 4: 377.
Anon. (1942a), Last leaves of autumn, Wild Life (Melbourne) 4: 220-222.
Anon. (1942b), Giant toadstools, Wild Life (Melbourne) 4: 273.
Anon. (1945), In a forest gully, Victorian Naturalist 62: 50.
Anon. (1946), Two rare fungi, Wild Life (Melbourne) 8: 280.
Anon. (1950a), Ghosts in the forest, Wild Life (Melbourne) 12: 504-506.
Anon. (1950b), The ghost fungus, Discovery (London), n. ser. 11: 337.
Anon. (1951), Notes and specimens from readers, Wild Life (Melbourne) 14: 166.
Anon. (1952), Fungus time is now, Wild Life (Melbourne) 15: 264-267.
Anon. (1952a), Proceedings, Victorian Naturalist 68: 191.
Anon. (1952b), Fungus time is now, Wild Life (Melbourne) 15: 264-267.
Anon. (1955), New fungi for South Australia, S. Austral. Naturalist 30: 23.
Anon. (1960), A list of plant diseases recorded in Tasmania. Supplement No. 1, Tasmanian J. Agric. 31: 357-359.
Anon. (1961), Fly agaric at Shoreham, Victorian Naturalist 77: 354.
Anon. (1962a), Distribution of fly agaric, Victorian Naturalist 78: 78.
Anon. (1962b), Fly agaric in South Gippsland, Victorian Naturalist 79: 10-11.
Anon. (1963), Records of the fly agaric, Victorian Naturalist 80: 97.
Anon. (1963), A list of plant diseases recorded in Tasmania. Supplement No. 2, Tasmanian J. Agric. 34: 43-45.
Anon. (1968), A list of plant diseases recorded in Tasmania. Supplement No. 3, Tasmanian J. Agric. 39: 93-95.
Anon. (1969), Botany club notes, S. Austral. Naturalist 43: 115.
Anon. (1970), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 87: 178.
Anon. (1970a), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 87: 178.
Anon. (1970b), Blackfellows bread, Bendigo Naturalist 3: 48.
Anon. (1971), Mountains, Slopes and Plains. Australian Goverment Publishing Service, Canberra.
Anon. (1973), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 90: 44.
Anon. (1977), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 94: 46.
Anon. (1978), More trouble for gum trees, Ecos (Melbourne) 15: 15-17.
Anon. (1978a), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 95: 165.
Anon. (1978b), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 95: 253.
Anon. (1980), Higher fungi in focus, Austral. Nat. Hist. 20: 139-140.
Anon. (1982), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 99: 130.
Anon. (1983), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 100: 182.
Anon. (1983a), Excursions, Queensland Naturalist 24: 78.
Anon. (1983b), Exhibits and nature notes, Victorian Naturalist 100: 182.
Anon. (1983c). Exhibits and nature notes, Victorian Naturalist 100: 183.
Anon. (1983d), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 100: 264.
Anon. (1984a), Ferguson Conservation Park Management Plan, Adelaide - South Australia. Department of Environment and Planning, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Adelaide.
Anon. (1984a), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 101: 53.
Anon. (1984b), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 101: 53.
Anon. (1984b), Exhibits and notes, Victorian Naturalist 101: 181.
Anon. (1984c), Exhibits and nature notes, Victorian Naturalist 101: 181.
Anon. (1984c), Ferguson Conservation Park Management Plan, Adelaide - South Australia. Department of Environment and Planning, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Adelaide.
Anon. (1987), The Rainforest of Tasmania. Working Group for Rainforest Conservation, Government of Tasmania.
Anon. (1989), Disease, Insect and Weed Control in Turf, 2nd edn. Australian Turfgrass Research Institute, Concord West.
Anon. (1992), [Cover], Austral. Gard. Hist. 4: 2.
Anon. (1992), The Overland Track - a Walkers Notebook. Tasmanian Department of Parks, Wildlife and Heritage.
Anon. (n.d.), Victoria's Rainforests. An overview. Department of Conservation Forests and Lands.
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Aplin, T.E.H. (1961), Sphaerobolus stellatus, a new fungus for Western Australia, W. Austral. Naturalist 8: 27-29.
Aplin, T.E.H. (1976), Poisonous garden plants and other plants harmful to man in Australia, W. Austral. Dept. Agric. Bull. 3964: 1-58.
Archard, M.A., Gill, M. & Strauch, R.J. (1985), Anthraquinones from the genus Cortinarius, Phytochemistry 24: 2755-2758.
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Ashford, A.E., Allaway, W.G., Peterson, C.A. & Cairney, J.W.G. (1989), Nutrient transfer and the fungus-root interface, Aust. J. Pl. Physiol. 16: 85-97.
Ashford, A.E., Ryde, S. & Barrow, K.D. (1994), Demonstration of a short chain polyphosphate in Pisolithus tinctorius and the implications for phosphorus transport, New Phytol. 126: 239-247.
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Atkinson, N. (1946b), Antibacterial activity in members of the higher fungi. 1. Cortinarius rotundisporus and Psalliota xanthoderma Genev., Austral. J. Exp. Biol. Med. Sci. 24: 169-173.
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Audas, J.W. (1912b), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 29: 42.
Audas, J.W. (1912c), An eastertide in the Victorian Pyrenees, Victorian Naturalist 29: 51-58.
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