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.

Yamanaka, T. (1999), Utilization of inorganic and organic nitrogen in pure cultures by saprotrophic and ectomycorrhizal fungi producing sporophores on urea-treated forest floor, Mycol. Res. 103: 811-816.
Yan, P S., Jiang, J H., Wang, D C., Luo, X C. & Zhou, Q. (2002), Molecular taxonomic relationships of Auricularia species inferred from rapid markers, Mycosystema 21: 47-52.
Young, [A.M.], as 'T.' (1982), Common Australian Fungi. University of New South Wales Press, Kensington.
Young, [A.M.] (as 'T.') (1982a), Common Australian Fungi. New South Wales University Press, Kensington. [Earlier version of Young (2000c)] [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.]
Young, [A.M.] (as 'T.') (1982b), Amanita nauseosa: an Australian species? Bull. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 16: 144.
Young, [A.M.] (as 'T.') (1986), Common Australian Fungi, revised edn. University of New South Wales Press, Sydney. [Earlier version of Young (2000c)] [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.]
Young, A.M. (1988), Macrofungi, in G.Scott (ed.), Lake Broadwater The Natural History of an Inland Lake and its Environs, 48-51. Darling Down Institute Press, Toowoomba.
Young, A.M. (1989a), The Panaeoloideae (Fungi, Basidiomycetes) of Australia, Austral. Syst. Bot. 2: 75-97.
Young, [A.M.] (as 'T.') (1989b), Poisonings by Chlorophyllum molybdites in Australia, Mycologist 3: 11-12.
Young, [A.M.], as 'T.' (1994), Common Australian Fungi, [2nd] revised edn. University of New South Wales Press, Sydney. [Earlier version of Young (2000c)] [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.]
Young, A.M. (1996), An Australian species of Calyptella returns from obscurity, Mycologist 10: 152-153.
Young, [A.M.] (as 'T.') (1996a), Some more records of fungi used as food by animals in Australia, Australas. Mycol. Newslett. 15: 8-9.
Young, A.M. (1996b), Macrofungi and climex: a computer program with applications for modelling species' distribution, Australas. Mycol. Newslett. 15: 30-34.
Young, A.M. (1997), Panaeolopsis, Panaeolina, Panaeolus and Copelandia, in C.A.Grgurinovic, Larger Fungi of South Australia, 432-433, 480-490. The Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and State Herbarium and The Flora and Fauna of South Australia Handbooks Committee, Adelaide.
Young, A.M. (1997a), Some macrofungi associated with Antarctic beech in Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia, Australas. Mycol. Newslett. 16: 19-20.
Young, A.M. (1997b), Preliminary observations on the limitations of the Australian Hygrophoraceae (Fungi, Agaricales), Muelleria 10: 131-138.
Young, A.M. (1997b), Puffballs and 'poisonings', Australas. Mycol. Newslett. 16: 31-32.
Young, T. (1998), Macrofungi: Hygrophoraceae, in S. Ford & May, T. (eds), A Cryptogamic Extravaganza, 15-16. Field Naturalists Club of Victoria.
Young, A.M. [as 'T.'] (1998a), The giant agaric Tricholoma crassus (Berk.) Sacc. reappears in Queensland, Australas. Mycol. Newslett. 17: 25-26.
Young, [A.M.] (as 'T.') (1998b), A useful tip for poison ids, Australas. Mycol. Newslett. 17: 26.
Young, [A.M.] (as Tony M.) 1999), Investigations into the Australian Hygrophoraceae, Biologue 21: 6-7.
Young, [A.M.] (as T.) (1999a), Some preliminary results from collections of Hygrophoraceae from the season 1998, Australas. Mycol. Newslett. 17: 87-88.
Young, A.M. (1999b), A field key to the Hygrophoraceae of south-eastern Australia, Australas. Mycol. 18: 63-69.
Young, A.M. (1999c), A checklist of the Edinburgh collection of Australian Hygrophoraceae, Australas. Mycol. 18: 70-71.
Young, A.M. (1999d), The Hygrocybeae (Fungi, Basidiomycota, Agaricales, Hygrophoraceae) of the Lane Cove Bushland Park, New South Wales, Austrobaileya 5: 535-564.
Young, A.M. (2000), Additions to the Hygrophoraceae (Fungi, Agaricales) of south-eastern Australia, Muelleria 13: 1-36.
Young, A.M. (2000a), Additions to the Hygrocybeae (Fungi, Hygrophoraceae) of Victoria. I., Muelleria 14: 51-64.
Young, [A.M.] (as 'T.') (2000b), Update on Lane Cove Bushland Park, Biologue 23: 12-13.
Young, [A.M.] (as 'T.') (2000c), Common Australian Fungi, [3rd] revised edn. University of New South Wales Press Ltd, Sydney. [Previous versions are Young (1982a; 1986; 1994).] [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.]
Young, A.M. (2001), Hygrocybe kula Grgur. revisited, Australas. Mycol. 19: 91-95.
Young, A.M. (2001a), Remarks on Hygrophoraceae in or near Lamington National Park, south-east Queensland, Australia, Australas. Mycol. 19: 96-100.
Young, A.M. (2002), Further Hygrophoraceae of Victoria, Australas. Mycol. 20: 115-117.
Young, A.M. (2002a), Australasian Hygrocybe species in Indonesia, Mycologist 16: 110-111.
Young, A.M. (2002b), Hygrocybe boothii sp. nov. from Northern Queensland, Australas. Mycol. 21: 73-75.
Young, A.M. (2002c), Brief notes on Hebeloma aminophilum R.N. Hilton & O.K. Miller ('Ghoul Fungus') from northern Queensland and Tasmania, Australas. Mycol. 21: 79-80.
Young, A.M. (2005), A Field Guide to the Fungi of Australia. University of New South Wales Press Ltd, Sydney.
Young, A.M. & Mills, A.K. (2002), The Hygrophoraceae of Tasmania, Muelleria 16: 3-28.
Young, A.M. & Wood, A.E. (1997), Studies on the Hygrophoraceae (Fungi, Homobasidiomycetes, Agaricales) of Australia, Austral. Syst. Bot. 10: 911-1030.
Young, A.M., Bougher, N.L. & Robinson, R.M. (2000), Hygophoraceae of Western Australia II. Further taxa, Australas. Mycol. 19: 41-48.
Young, A.M., Fechner, N.A. & Ryvarden, L. (2004), A preliminary checklist and introductory notes on the macrofungi of Lamington National Park, Australas. Mycol. 23: 45-52.
Young, A.M., Forster, P.I. & Booth, R. (2002), A preliminary list of the macrofungi of the wet tropics and the Einasleigh Uplands Regions of Queensland, Australia, Australas. Mycol. 21: 16-20.
Young, A.M., Forster, P.I. & Booth, R. (2002a), Notes on Podaxis Desv. in the 'wet tropics' & Einesleigh Uplands Bioregions of Northern Queensland, Australas. Mycol. 21: 21-23.
Young, A.M., Kearney, R. & Kearney, E. (2001), Additions to the Hygrophoraceae of Lane Cove Bushland Park, Australas. Mycol. 20: 79-86.
Young, H.E. (1936), A mycorrhiza-forming fungus of Pinus, J. Austral. Inst. Agric. Sci. 2: 32-34.
Young, H.E. (1937), Rhizopogon luteolus, a mycorrhizal fungus of Pinus, Forestry (Oxford) 11: 30-31.
Young, H.E. (1938), The acidification of alkaline nursery soils for the production of exotic pines, Queensland Agric. J., n. ser., 50: 585-600.
Young, H.E. (1940), Mycorrhizae and growth of Pinus and Araucaria, J. Austral. Inst. Agric. Sci. 6: 21-25.
Young, H.E. (1941), Mycorrhizas, Queensland Naturalist 11: 121-126.