Observation 111679: Phaeonematoloma myosotis (Fr.) Bon
When: 2012-09-28
No herbarium specimen

Notes: At first I though this was a hypholoma. But the spore print was rusty reddish-brown. Found in a damp mossy area along a small creek. Hemlock, spruce, pine, birch, maple, and other hardwoods. Long thin stipe fragile but a bit fibrous. Glossy appearance on cap possibly due to rainfall.

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Used references: Phillips
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Index Fungorum…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2017-01-13 03:22:58 EST (-0500)

still lists Hypholoma myosotis as a valid name (presumably applicable to this observation). But it’s no surprise this appears headed for another genus.

The smaller marks on the ruler…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2013-03-17 20:23:39 EDT (-0400)

are meant to represent 2 mu. But one needs to increase by about 17%. I would estimate the spore dimensions as approximately 12-16 × 7-9 mu. This appears to be close to the 14-17 × 7-9 reported in Phillips.

I’m sorry
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2013-03-17 13:28:49 EDT (-0400)

I can’t recall how to read the ruler in your microshots.. What is the size of the spores?

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