Observation 111989: Entoloma diversum (Largent) Noordel. & Co-David

Original Herbarium Label: Leptonia diversa Largent
Growing on rotting wood at the margin of a wetland
No clamps, spores 10-11(12) x 6-7(7.5) µm, hyphae of pileipellis with bluish-purple contents

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Pileipellis – hyphae with bluish-purple content
Spores: 10-11(12) x 6-7(7.5) µm

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I agree with you
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2012-10-02 23:34:54 WIB (+0700)

When you see these two observations side-by-side, they are quite different and it is hard to believe that they would belong to the same taxon. We don’t have any easy access to the DNA works, we should find some. When we collected this one, Oluna thought that it could be the same as our mysterious Dec. 30 collection, but the spores were clearly not like that one. Never mind, we have the specimens to work on. Adolf

I am having a hard time
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2012-10-02 23:15:43 WIB (+0700)

imagining that this observation depicts the same species as observation 111947
Are sequences available?

I have seen on very similar to the warm violet species depicted in this observation near Mount Shasta.

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