Found under Oak/Maple. Some Entoloma sp. with fruitbodies resembling Tricholoma. All caps observed were cracked as pictured. Spore print salmon-brown.
So far I’ve only looked at gill tissue microscopically:
1) Hypae with intracellular granular pigment
2) Clavate cystidia (or are these just basidioles?). See the Interference Contrast photomicrograph.
3) Prismatic spores (~10 m) which are mostly “heterodiametrical 5-angled” as defined by Machiel Noordeloos in http://www.entoloma.nl/html/entintroeng.html
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Created: 2012-08-09 11:11:55 CDT (-0400)
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