Collection location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]
Who: Jonathan M
Id proposed by : Keith seifert
Small imperfect fungus growing either on Russula brevipes or hypomyces lactifluorum , this mushroom is very slimy and don’t have ramification on the neck (there are spore seen in the neck and on the side , probably in part due to sliminess but the one inside might come from the bulb )on the substrate, conidia size is 8-13 × 4 u , and are plain janes, no septae or decoration in.
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Heterogastridium pycnidioideum is a preferred synonym according to Index Fungorum.
Heterogastridium pycnidioideum Oberw. & R. Bauer, in Oberwinkler, Bauer & Bandoni, Mycologia 82(1): 55 (1990)
Hyalopycnis blepharistoma (Berk.) Seeler, Farlowia 1: 124 (1943)
Sphaeronaema blepharistoma Fr., Observ. mycol. (Havniae) 1: 187 (1815)
Sphaeronaema blepharistoma Berk., Mag. Zool. Bot. 1: 512 (1837)
I do not know H pycnidioideum, how you arrived at that name?
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