Humidicutis Singer (1959)
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Humidicutis is a small genus of brightly coloured agarics, the majority of which are found in Eastern Australia. They were previously described as members of Hygrocybe, such as the mauve splitting wax-cap Humidicutis lewelliniae of eastern Australia and Malaysia. The genus was described by mycologist Rolf Singer in 1959.The generic name derives from the Latin humidus “moist” and cutis “skin”, referring to their moist caps.
Humidicutis arcohastata Humidicutis auratocephala Humidicutis bagleyi Humidicutis calyptriformis Humidicutis conspicua Humidicutis czuica Humidicutis helicoides Humidicutis lewelliniae Humidicutis lilacinoviridis Humidicutis luteovirens Humidicutis marginata Humidicutis mavis Humidicutis multicolor Humidicutis peleae Humidicutis poilena Humidicutis pura Humidicutis rosella Humidicutis taekeri Humidicutis viridimagentea Humidicutis woodii