Abstract: The holotypes or type material of 17 species and one form described as Clitocybe (Fr.) Staude and one species described as Omphalina Quél. have been scrutinized. All but one of the taxon names treated in the study turned out to be synonyms and represent earlier described species of Clitocybe. One species proved to be a valid one, but belongs to Lepista (Fr.) W. G. Smith, so that the new combination Lepista subconnexa (Murr.) Harmaja is made.