Current name: Agrocybe broadwayi (Murrill) Dennis, Bull. more quarterly. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 69 (2): 179 (1953)
Synonymy: Hebeloma broadwayi Murrill, Mycologia 4 (2): 82 (1912)
Agrocybe broadwayi var. indicates Natarajan & Raman, Biblthca Mycol. 89: 70 (1983)
Synonym contributor (s): Kew Mycology (2015).
For presenting few records in Brazil and being in an endangered biome (Cerrado). So it is suggested that this species be categorized as vulnerable. (VU).
Species considered rare due to their low occurrence.
Population Trend: Decreasing
In Brazil, this species is mainly registered in the Cerrado as a hotspot, threatened by deforestation, mining, agriculture and land use change.
Generally, little information is found on the importance and use of this species, so it is necessary to develop studies to understand its social, economic and ecological role.
BOA, E. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Los hongos silvestres comestibles: Perspectiva Global de su uso e importancia para la población. Roma, 2005. ISBN 92-5-305157-4.
Lista de Espécies da Flora do Brasil. Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro. Disponivel em: