Observation 99126: Crepidotus nyssicola (Murrill) Singer
When: 2012-07-02
No herbarium specimen

Proposed Names

29% (1)
Recognized by sight
28% (1)
Used references: centrally stipitate Crepidotus?
60% (2)
Eye3 5c6eddec590837031337afa65c6dae3ed8064bcb49913610a8e8567612a7f4e4 Eyes3 f2fd2c9d8b69e743ac1ff2cb38c5633900ff9ac4c4a7c047078b9f1769373936
Recognized by sight: Long-stemmed Crepidotus

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Eye3 5c6eddec590837031337afa65c6dae3ed8064bcb49913610a8e8567612a7f4e4 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 f2fd2c9d8b69e743ac1ff2cb38c5633900ff9ac4c4a7c047078b9f1769373936 = Current consensus


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The specimens you had were probably very young.
By: Renée Lebeuf (Renée Lebeuf)
2012-07-31 19:11:41 PDT (-0700)

I have other pictures of smaller ones that look just like yours, but they were in fact bigger. Did you have a chance to go back where you found them afterwards? The specimens, which were very abundant, rapidly turned brown because of the spore colour.

Thank you Renee
By: Dan Molter (shroomydan)
2012-07-31 18:59:30 PDT (-0700)

Thanks for the name Renee. As you can see in the bottom photo, these are tiny. Otherwise they look like the photos you posted at MycoQuebec. I’d call the name promising.

This might be Crepidotus nyssicola.
By: Renée Lebeuf (Renée Lebeuf)
2012-07-31 17:57:48 PDT (-0700)

How big were the specimens? You can see my picture of C. nyssicola on MycoQuebec.org.

Created: 2012-07-04 00:23:34 PDT (-0700)
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