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in retrospect, I think my guess is even more off-base than I made it sound. Which even then was disclaimed as a shot in the dark.
I think by far the best guess listed here is Cantharocybe.
The slightly punctate upper stipe surface, hyaline ellipsoid spores, and very velvety cap surface remind me of the currently known tropical species of that genus
i summon thee
your real weirdo of a guess never made its way into a comment. do tell.
lets see some pileipellis.
Que piensas de Tricholoma…?
that pileipellis pictures never come, I don’t mind being the ice breaker of ridiculous yells:
edit: Eduardo’s comment touched down while mine was being authored. perhaps we will get to see this fully scoped after all.
Voy a intentar recolectar otros especimenes en el mismo lugar, la verdad es que es primera vez que veo este hongo.
so I’m going to wait to see microscopy before I go yelling anything ridiculous
cuales son sus sospechas?
Creo que ya tengo una idea de que podria ser este hongo, pero quiero ver el pilepellis maduro bajo el microscopo.
Muy pocas esporas, solo se observaron estas…?
what’s it look like under the scope?
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