Collection location: Diamond and Crater Lake, Oregon, USA [Click for map]
These were found in mixed conifers @ ~ 3800 ft.
One seems to have been gnawed upon by a small varmint.
The spores were white and amyloid.
Spores were ~ 9.1-11.1 X 6.3-7.1 microns(13 measurements)
Q range = 1.40-1.61. Q(ave) = 1.49.
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They share a large number of morphological characters including the deepling radicating bulb. These ladies lack that bulb; hence, I am suspicious enough to ask about the clamps. Bas’ stirps Rhopalopus is one of his clamp-bearing stirpes.
There are more than a few undescribed lepidellas from the West Coast that I haven’t gotten posted on WAO yet…and probably more that I know nothing about whatsoever. So there is a little room for thinking that what you have MO-observed might not have a name.
Did it have clamp connections on the basidia?
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