Inocybe erubescens, also known as I. patouillardii, commonly known as the deadly fibrecap, brick-red tear mushroom or red-staining Inocybe, is a poisonous basidiomycete fungus, one of many in the genus Inocybe and one of the few known to have caused death. It is found growing in small groups on leaf litters in association with beech. All mushroom guidebooks as well as the mushroomers advise that the entire genus should be avoided.
The genus is widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere. As of December 2015, Index Fungorum accepts 848 species in Inocybe. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V U W X Y Z. Inocybe aberrans (. orak) Garrido 1988. Inocybe abietis Kühner 1953. Inocybe abnormispora Alessio 1987. Inocybe abundans Murrill 1911. Inocybe acriolen Grund & . Inocybe acutata Tak. Kobay.
Inocybe curreyi, Inocybe fastigiata, Inocybe obsoleta, Inocybe pseudofastigiata, Inocybe schista, and Inocybe umbrinella are synonyms. The Index Fungorum lists 17 different taxon names for varieties and "forms" of Inocybe fastigiata, not all of which have been transferred (yet?) to varietal/form status subordinate to Inocybe rimosa. Why is it okay to call Inocybe rimosa spermatic, while heads would turn at a corresponding, sed description of Russula xerampelina? The answer is, because women mycologists are few and far between, and the Old Boys have not paused to imagine, for example, what must go through Inocybe expert Cathy Cripps's mind when she has to type "spermatic," or what a female graduate student in mycology must feel when she has to discuss the morphology of a species of Phallus with her male.
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Inocybe stellatospora (2 F). Inocybe straminipes (3 F).