Asterophora lycoperdoides




Stäubender Zwitterling

aktualisiert: 11.12.2016

Autoren:
Agaricus lycoperdonoides, Bulliard, 1784 / Agaricus lycoperdoides, Bulliard, 1784 / Merulius lycoperdoides, (Bulliard) Lamarck & DeCandolle, 1805 / Asterophora lycoperdoides, (Bulliard) Ditmar, 1809 / Asterophora agaricoides, Fries & Nordholm, 1818 / Asterophora nauseosa, Weinmann, 1836 / Asterophora agaricicola, Corda, 1840 / Artotrogus asterophora, Fries, 1849 / Asterotrichum ditmari, Bonorden, 1851 / Asterotrichum ditmarii, Bonorden, 1851 / Nyctalis nauseosa, (Weinmann) Fries, 1874 / Nyctalis lycoperdoides, (Bulliard) J. Schröter, 1889 / Artotrogus lycoperdoides, (Bulliard) Kuntze, 1898 / Hypolyssus lycoperdoides, (Bulliard) Kuntze, 1898 / Hypolyssus lycoperdodes, (Bulliard) Kuntze, 1898 / Nyctalis asterophora f. major, J.E. Lange, 1933 / Nyctalis agaricoides, (Fries) Bon & Courtecuisse, 1989 / Nyctalis agaricoides f. nauseosa, (Weinmann) Bon, 1995
Klassfikation:
Fungi, Dikarya, Basidiomycota, Agaricomycotina, Agaricomycetes, Agaricomycetidae, Agaricales, Lyophyllaceae
Aktueller Name:
Asterophora lycoperdoides (Bulliard) Ditmar


Standort
Auf faulenden Pilzen parasitierend, vorwiegend auf Schwarztäublingen
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