Name: Tapinella panuoides
Author: (Batsch) E.-J. Gilbert
Citation: Les Livres du Mycologue Tome I-IV, Tom. III: Les Bolets: 68. 1931.
Deprecated Synonym(s): Paxillus panuoides (Fr.) Fr.
Les Livres du Mycologue Tome I-IV, Tom. III: Les Bolets: 68 (1931)
Cap: 2-12 cm; fan- or shell-shaped; dry; finely velvety when young, becoming smooth with age; tan, yellow-brown, or orangish brown; the margin inrolled at first, often with a somewhat scalloped appearance.
Gills: Close; dull orangish; frequently forked, cross-veined, crimped, or corrugated, especially near the base.
Stem: Absent, or present only as a small lateral extension.
Flesh: Whitish or dirty yellowish.
Odor and Taste: Not distinctive.
Spore Print: Yellowish to yellowish brown or brownish.
Microscopic Features: Spores 4-6 × 3-4 µ; smooth; elliptical; frequently dextrinoid.
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