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.

Eardley, C.M. (1946), The Simpson Desert Expedition, 1939 - scientific reports No. 7, botany - Part I: catalogue of plants, Trans. Roy. Soc. S. Australia 70: 145-174.
Earle, F.S. (1904), Mycological studies. II, Bull. New York Bot. Gard. 3: 289-312.
Eckblad, F.-E. (1971), Spores of Gasteromycetes studied in the scanning electron microscope (SEM) I, Norweg. J. Bot. 18: 145-151.
Edgar, J.G., Kile, G.A. & Almond, C.A. (1976), Tree decline and mortality in selectively logged eucalypt forest in central Victoria, Austral. Forest. 39: 288-303.
Eichelbaum, F. (1906), Beiträge zu Kenntnis der Pilzflora des Ostusambaragebirges, Verh. Naturwiss. Vereins Hamburg, ser. 3, 14: 1-92.
Eicker, A., Van Greuning, J.V. & Reid, D.A. (1993), Amanita reidii - a new species from South Africa, Mycotaxon 47: 433-437.
Elford, F.G. (1944), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 61: 63.
Elford, F.G. (1952), Puffballs and their kin, Wildlife 15: 473-476.
Ellingsen, H.J. (1982), Some Gasteromycetes from Northern Thailand, Nordic J. Bot. 2: 283-285.
Ellis, M.B. & Ellis, J.P. (1990), Fungi without Gills (Hymenomycetes and Gasteromycetes). An Identification Handbook. Chapman and Hall, London.
Endersby, I. (1996), Proliferating fungi, Victorian Naturalist 114: 86-87.
Endlicher, S. (1836), Genera Plantarum Secundum Ordines Naturales Disposita. Part 1. Fr. Beck, Vindobonae.
Endlicher, S. (1837), Iconographia Generum Plantarum. Part 1. Fr. Beck, Vindobonae.
Erickson, R. (1969), The Drummonds of Hawthornden, Lamb Paterson: Osborne Park.
Eriksson, J. & Ryvarden, L. (1973), The Corticiaceae of North Europe. Vol. 2. Fungiflora, Oslo.
Eriksson, J. & Ryvarden, L. (1975), The Corticiaceae of North Europe. Vol. 3. Fungiflora, Oslo.
Eriksson, J. & Ryvarden, L. (1976), The Corticiaceae of North Europe. Vol. 4. Fungiflora, Oslo.
Eriksson, J., Hjortstam, K. & Ryvarden, L. (1978), The Corticiaceae of North Europe. Vol. 5. Fungiflora, Oslo.
Eriksson, J., Hjortstam, K. & Ryvarden, L. (1981), The Corticiaceae of North Europe. Vol. 6. Fungiflora, Oslo.
Eriksson, J., Hjortstam, K. & Ryvarden, L. (1984), The Corticiaceae of North Europe. Vol. 7. Fungiflora, Oslo.
Ervin, M.D. (1956), A new genus of the Tremellaceae, Mycologia 48: 690-693.
Esqueda, M., Moreno, G., Pérez-Silva, E., Sánchez, A. & Altés, A. (2004), The genus Tulostoma in Sonora, Mexico, Mycotaxon 90: 409-422.
Esteve-Ramentós, F., Ortega, A. & Gómez, J. (1996), Melanotus hepatochrous (Strophariaceae, Agaricales) found in Spain, Z. Mykol. 62: 213-217.
Eustace, J. (1999), Exhibits, Queensland Naturalist 37: 59.
Evans, S. (1996), Reaction to Laetiporus sulphureus, BMS Newslett. Feb. 1996: 16-17.
Everist, S.L. (1964), A review of the poisonous plants of Queensland, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland 74: 1-20.
Everist, S.L. (1981), Poisonous Plants of Australia. Angus & Robertson Publishers, London.
Ewart, A.J. (1907a), [Discussion on] Paper, Victorian Naturalist 23: 154.
Ewart, A.J. (1907b), Note on the phosphorescence of Agaricus (Pleurotus) candescens, Müll., Victorian Naturalist 23: 174.
Ewart, A.J. (1911), Fruiting of 'Blackfellow's Bread' (Polyporus mylittae, Cooke), Proc. Roy. Soc. Victoria, n. ser., 24: 59-60.
Eygelsheim, W.F.T. (1981), Tasmanian Mushrooms and Toadstools. Burnie Adult Education Publishing Group, Burnie.
Eyssartier, G. & Buyck, B. (2001), Notes on the Australian species described in the genus Cantharellus (Basidiomycetes), Austral. Syst. Bot. 14: 587-598.