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.

Tadgell, A.J. (1936), A rare puffball fungus from the alps, Victorian Naturalist 52: 178-179.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1958), The genera Craterellus, Cymatoderma (Cladoderris) and Thelephora in South Africa, Bothalia 7: 117-129.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1964), A List of Plant Diseases in South Australia. Waite Agricultural Research Institute, Adelaide.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1964a), Taxonomy of the fungus associated with Sirex noctilio, Austral. J. Bot. 12: 46-52.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1964b), A List of Plant Diseases in South Australia. Waite Agricultural Research Institute, Adelaide.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1965), Studies of 'Pellicularia' and associated genera of Hymenomycetes, Persoonia 3: 371-406.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1970), Taxonomy and nomenclature of the perfect state, in J.R.Parmeter (ed.), Rhizoctonia solani, biology and pathology, 20-31. University of California Press, Berkeley.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1971), Systematic mycology, Bienn. Rep. Waite Agric. Res. Inst., S. Australia 1970-1971: 77.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1971a), Principles of Fungal Taxonomy. Macmillan, London.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1971b), Systematic mycology, Bienn. Rep. Waite Agric. Res. Inst., S. Australia 1970-1971: 77.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1973), Basidial morphology and hymenophoral development in Rhizopogon, Persoonia 7: 339-350.
Talbot, P.H.B. (1976), Notes on some edible and poisonous mushrooms, in J.B.Cleland, Toadstools and Mushrooms and other Larger Fungi of South Australia. Parts I and II 1934-1935, 5-15. A.B.James, Government Printer, South Australia.
Tamblyn, N. (1937), Decay in timber with special reference to Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Sm.), Austral. Forest. 2: 6-13.
Tan, Y.H. & Moore, D. (1992), Convenient and effective methods for in vitro cultivation of mycelium and fruiting bodies of Lentinus edodes, Mycol. Res. 96: 1077-1084.
Tartarat, A. (n.d.), Les Cortinaires. Classifications - Déterminations. No publication details.
Tate, R. (1882), A list of the charas, mosses, liverworts, lichens, fungs and algals of extra-tropical South Australia, Trans. Proc. & Rep. Roy. Soc. S. Australia 4: 5-24.
Tavares, I.I., Seidl, M.T. & Tang, H. (1997), Fungal and lichenological types in the university herbarium, University of California at Berkeley (UC) - - A partial listing, Mycotaxon 62: 247-288.
Taylor, M. (1970), Mushrooms and Toadstools in New Zealand. A.H. & A.W.Reed, Wellington. [Earlier version of Taylot (1981).] [In the Interactive Catalogue only the current version is included in the lists of references under each species, unless different names are used for the same illustration or description in the earlier version.]
Taylor, M. (1981), Mushrooms and Toadstools. Reid, Wellington. [Revised and expanded version of Taylor (1970).] [In the Interactive Catalogue only the current version is included in the lists of references under each species, unless different names are used for the same illustration or description in the earlier version.]
Taylor, R.J. (1991). Plants, fungi and bettongs: a fire-dependent co-evolutionary relationship, Austral. J. Ecol. 16: 409-411.
Taylor, R.J. (1992a), Seasonal changes in the diet of the Tasmanian bettong (Bettongia gaimardi), a mycophagous marsupial, J. Mammalogy 73: 408-414.
Taylor, R.J. (1992b), Distribution and abundance of fungal sporocarps and diggings of the Tasmanian bettong, Bettongia gaimardi, Austral. J. Ecol. 17: 155-160.
Tellería, M.T. (1990), Annotated list of the Corticiaceae, sensu lato (Aphyllophoralles, Basidiomycotina), for Peninsular Spain and Balearic Islands. J.Cramer, Berlin.
Tellería, M.T., Melo, I. & Dueñas, M. (1993), Aphyllophorales (Basidiomycetes) of the National park of 'Ordesa y Monte Perdido' (Spain), Nova Hedwigia 57: 207-217.
Tellería, M.T., Melo, I. & Dueñas, M. (1997), An annotated list of the Aphyllophorales of the Balearic Islands, Mycotaxon 65: 353-377.
Tepper, J.G.O. (1883), Botanical notes relating to South Australia. 3. Additions to the list of Australian and South Australian fungi, Trans. Proc. & Rep. Roy. Soc. S. Australia 6: 66-68.
Tepper, J.G.O. (1886), Fungi collected by J.G.O.Tepper about Clarendon, 1882-3, Trans. Proc. & Rep. Roy. Soc. S. Australia 8: 159.
Tepper, J.G.O. (1887), Additional lichens and fungi of South Australia, collected by J.G.O.Tepper, F.L.S., 1880 to 1885, Trans. Proc. & Rep. Roy. Soc. S. Australia 9: 215-216.
Tepper, J.G.O. (1889), Notes on Australian fungi, Trans. Proc. & Rep. Roy. Soc. S. Australia 12: 150-153.
Theodore, M.L., Stevenson, T.W., Johnson, G.C., Thornton, J.D. & Lawrie, A.C. (1995), Comparison of Serpula lacrymans isolates using RAPD PCR, Mycol. Res. 99: 447-450.
Theodorou, C. (1971), Introduction of mycorrhizal fungi into soil by spore inoculation of seed, Austral. Forest. 35: 23-26.
Theodorou, C. & Benson, A.D. (1983), Operational mycorrhizal inoculation of nursery beds with seed-borne fungal spores, Austral. Forest. 46: 43-47.
Theodorou, C. & Bowen, G.D. (1969), The influence of pH and nitrate on mycorrhizal associations of Pinus radiata D.Don, Austral. J. Bot. 17: 59-67.
Theodorou, C. & Bowen, G.D. (1971), Influence of temperature on the mycorrhizal associations of Pinus radiata D.Don, Austral. J. Bot. 19: 13-20.
Theodorou, C. & Bowen, G.D. (1971a), Effects of non-host plants on growth of mycorrhizal fungi of radiata pine, Austral. Forest. 35: 17-22.
Theodorou, C. & Bowen, G.D. (1987), Germination of basidiospores of mycorrhizal fungi in the rhizosphere of Pinus radiata D.Don, New Phytol. 106: 217-223.
Theodorou, C. & Reddell, P. (1991), In vitro synthesis of ectomycorrhizas on Casuarinaceae with a range of mycorrhizal fungi, New Phytol. 118: 279-288.
Thiers, H.D. & Watling, R. (1971), Secotiaceous fungi from Western United States, Madroño 21: 1-9.
Thiers, H.D. (1979), New and interesting hypogeous and secotioid fungi from California, Beih. Sydowia 8: 381-390.
Thoen, D. (1969), Le genre Cystoderma (Tricholomataceae) en Afrique centrale, Bull. Jard. Bot. Belg. 39: 183-190.
Thoen, D., Sougoufara, B. & Dommergues, Y. (1990), In vitro mycorrhization of Casuarina and Allocasuarina species by Pisolithus isolates, Canad. J. Bot. 68: 2537-2542.
Thomas, S.R., Dunstan, W.A., Dell, B., Trappe, J.M. & Malajczuk, N. (2003), Pisolithus hypogaeus sp. nov.: a hypogeous representative of the genus Pisolithus from Western Australia, Mycotaxon 87: 405-410.
Thompson, B. (1967), Morwell National Park, Latrobe Valley Naturalist 46: 7-8.
Thomson, B.D., Grove, T.S., Malajczuk, N. & Hardy, G.E.S. (1994), The effectiveness of ectomycorrhizal fungi in increasing the growth of Eucalyptus globulus Labill. in relation to root colonization and hyphal development in soil, New Phytol. 126: 517-524.
Thomson, B.D., Malajczuk, N., Grove, T.S. & Hardy, G.E.S. (1993), Improving the colonization capacity and effectiveness of ectomycorrhizal fungal cultures by association with a host plant and re-isolation, Mycol. Res. 97: 839-844.
Thon, M.R. & Royse, D.J. (1999), Partial B-tubulin gene sequences for evolutionary studies in the Basidiomycotina, Mycologia 91: 468-474.
Thon, M.R. & Royse, D.J. (1999), Partial ß-tubulin gene sequences for evolutionary studies in Basidiomycotina, Mycologia 91: 468-474.
Thorn, R.G. & Barron, G.L. (1986), Nematoctonus and the tribe Resupinateae in Ontario, Canada, Mycotaxon 25: 321-453.
Thorn, R.G., Moncalvo, J.-M., Reddy, C.A. & Vilgalys, R. (2000), Phylogenetic analyses and the distribution of nematophagy support a monophyletic Pleurotaceae within the polyphyletic pleurotoid-lentinoid fungi, Mycologia 92: 241-252.
Thornton, J.D. (1982), Recent occurrence of the dry rot fungus, Serpula lacrimans, in Australia, Trans. Brit. Mycol.Soc. 79: 552-554.
Thümen, F. [von] (1875), Symbolae ad floram mycologicam Australiae, Grevillea 4: 70-76.
Thümen, F. [von] (as 'de Thuemen') (1878), Symbolae ad floram mycologicam Australiae II, Flora 61: 440-444.
Tisdall, H.T. (1885), Fungi of country east of Mt. Baw-Baw, Victorian Naturalist 1: 169-172.
Tisdall, H.T. (1886), Fungi of North Gippsland. Part II, Victorian Naturalist 2: 106-109.
Tisdall, H.T. (1887), On the fungi growing in mines. Part II, Trans. & Proc. Roy. Soc. Victoria 24: 46-52.
Tisdall, H.T. (1888), Victorian agarics, Victorian Naturalist 4: 203-206.
Tisdall, H.T. (1889), Fungi of the season, Victorian Naturalist 6: 107-111.
Tisdall, H.T. (1889a), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 6: 54.
Tisdall, H.T. (1890), Victorian fungs new to science, Victorian Naturalist 7: 96-100.
Tisdall, H.T. (1894), Note on the genus Calocera, Victorian Naturalist 11: 127-131.
Tisdall, H.T. (1896), Under eastern Baw Baw: a botanical trip in the Gippsland mountains, Victorian Naturalist 13: 93-97.
Tisdall, H.T. (1896a), Edible fungi of Victoria, Geelong Naturalist 5(3): 2-3.
Tisdall, H.T. (1896b), Under eastern Baw Baw: A botanical trip in the Gippsland mountains, Victorian Naturalist 13: 93-97.
Tisdall, H.T. (1899), Papers, Victorian Naturalist 16: 37.
Tisdall, H.T. (1904a), Natural history notes, Victorian Naturalist 21: 2.
Tisdall, H.T. (1904b), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 21: 4.
Tisdall, H.T. (1904c), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 21: 16.
Tisdall, H.T. (1904d), A few notes on the 'Native Bread,' Polyporus mylittae, Victorian Naturalist 21: 14-15.
Tisdall, H.T. (1904e), Notes on the 'Native Bread', Polyporus mylittae, Victorian Naturalist 21: 56-59.
Tisdall, H.T. (1904f), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 21: 63.
Tisdall, H.T. & Wallis, C.C. (1901), A botanical trip to Emerald, Victorian Naturalist 18: 70.
Tisdall, H.T. & Wallis, C. (1901a), A botanical trip to Emerald, Victorian Naturalist 18: 96-99.
Titze, J.F., van der Pennen, E. (1983), Provisory list of diseases of Casuarina species, in S.J.Midgley, J.W.Turnball. & R.D.Robinson (eds), Casuarina Ecology and Management Utilization, 220-224. CSIRO.
Tommerup, I.C. & Bougher, N.L. (2000), The role of ectomycorrhizal fungi in nutrient cycling in temperate Australian woodlands, in R.J.Hobbs & C.J.Yates (eds), Temperate Eucalypt Woodlands in Australia: Biology, Conservation, Management and Restoration, 190-224. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton.
Tommerup, I.C., Barton, J.E. & O'Brien, P.A. (1995), Reliability of RAPD fingerprinting of three basidiomycete fungi, Laccaria, Hydnangium and Rhizoctonia, Mycol. Res. 99: 179-186.
Tommerup, I.C., Bougher, N.L. & Malajczuk, N. (1991), Laccaria fraterna, a common ectomycorrhizal fungus with mono- and bi-sporic basidia and multinucleate spores: comparison with the quadristerigmate, binucleate spored L. laccata and the hypogeous relative Hydnangium carneum, Mycol. Res. 95: 689-698.
Torrend, C. (1913), Les basidiomycètes des environs de Lisbonne at de la région de S. Fiel (Beira Baixa), Brotéria, Sér. Bot. 11: 7-64.
Trappe, J.M. & Bougher, N.L. (2002), Australasian sequestrate (truffle-like) fungi. XI. Gummivena potoori gen. & sp. nov. (Basidiomycota, Mesophelliaceae), with a key to the 'gummy' genera and species of the Mesophelliaceae, Australas. Mycol. 21: 9-11.
Trappe, J.M. & Claridge, A.W. (2003), Australasian sequestrate (truffle-like) fungi 15. New species from tree line in the Australian Alps, Australas. Mycol. 22: 27-38.
Trappe, J.M. & Guzmán, G. (1971), Notes on some hypogeous fungi from Mexico, Mycologia 63: 317-332.
Trappe, J.M., Castellano, M.A. & Amaranthus, M.P. (1996a), Australasian truffle-like fungi. VIII. Gummiglobus and Andebbia gen. nov. (Basidiomycotina, Mesophelliaceae) and a supplement to the nomenclatural bibliography of Basidiomycotina, Austral. Syst. Bot. 9: 803-811.
Trappe, J.M., Castellano, M.A. & Malajczuk, N. (1996b), Australasian truffle-like fungi. VII. Mesophellia (Basidiomycotina, Mesophelliaceae), Austral. Syst. Bot. 9: 773-802.
Trappe, J.M., Castellano, M.A. & Trappe, M.J. (1992), Australasian truffle-like Fungi. IV. Malajczukia gen. nov. (Basidiomycotina, Mesophelliaceae), Austral. Syst. Bot. 5: 617-630.
Trappe, J.M., Lebel, T. & Castellano, M.A. (2002), Nomenclatural revisions in the sequestrate russuloid genera, Mycotaxon 81: 195-214.
Trappe, J.M., Watling, R., Cázares, E. & Claridge, A.W. (2003), Australasian sequestrate fungi 16. Gastrotylopilus, a synonym of Fistulinella, Muelleria 18: 75-77.
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Trotter, A. (1972), Sylloge Fungorum ... Vol. 26. Johnson Reprint Corporation, New York.
Trotter, J.E. (1944), A report of nine cases of fungus poisoning, Med. J. Australia 1944(1): 393.
Trudgen, M.E. (1984), The Leschenault Peninsula - a flora and vegetation survey with an analysis of its conservation value and appropriate uses. Department of Conservation & Environment, Western Australia, Perth (Bulletin 157).
Tudehope, C.M. (1963), A native waterhole in the Black Range, Victorian Naturalist 80: 261-263.
Tulasne, L.-R. & Tulasne, C. (1851), Fungi Hypogaei. Histoire et Monographie des Champignons Hypogés. Apud Friedrich Klincksieck, Paris.
Tulloss, R.E. & Traverso, M. (2001), Amanita basiana - a new species from pure pine forest and resembling the Alnus-associated species Amanita friabilis, Mycotaxon 77: 47-55.
Tulloss, R.E. & Wright, G. (1989), Amanita protecta - a new species from coastal southern California, Mycotaxon 34: 615-622.
Tulloss, R.E. (1988), Amanita sinicoflava: a new species from eastern North America, Mycotaxon 32: 421-431.
Tulloss, R.E. (1997), Provisional world key to species closely related to Amanita hemibapha with notes on the slender caesar's mushrooms of eastern north America, McIlvainea 13; 46-53.
Tulloss, R.E., Ovrebo, C.L. & Halling, R.E. (1992), Studies on some Amanita (Amanitaceae) from Andean Colombia, Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 66: 1-46.
Tulloss, R.E., Young, A.M. & Wood, A.E. (1995), Amanita murinoflammeum - a new species from dry forests of eastern Australia, Mycotaxon 56: 295-302.
Turnbull, M.H., Goodall, R. & Stewart G.R. (1996), Evaluating the contribution of glutamate dehydrogenase and the glutamate synthase cycle to ammonia assimilation by four ectomycorrhizal fungal isolates, Austral. J. Pl. Physiol. 23: 151-159.
Turnbull, M.H., Goodall, R. & Stewart, G.R. (1996), Evaluating the contribution of glutamate dehydrogenase and the glutamate synthase cycle to ammonia assimilation by four ectomycorrhizal fungal isolates, Austral. J. Pl. Physiol. 23: 151-159.
Turner, E.K. & Doery, M.K. (1981), Summer on Mt. Kosciusko, Victorian Naturalist 98: 170-174.