What is another word for Genus Pholiota?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs fˈə͡ʊlɪˈə͡ʊtə] (IPA)

Genus Pholiota is a group of fungi that is found mainly on wood. The species belonging to this genus have distinctive features, including a cap that is usually slimy or viscid and gills that are attached to the stem. The common names of this genus include "Slimy Pholiota," "Violet Pholiota," "Bitter Pholiota," and "Sulfur Tuft." The name "Pholiota" comes from the Greek word "pholis," which means "scale," referring to the scaling on the caps of some species. Other synonyms for Genus Pholiota include "Kuehneromyces," "Phaeonematoloma," and "Pseudopholiota." As with many scientific categories, the naming of Pholiota species is constantly evolving and changing as new research is conducted.

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