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Normally when we see a especie coprinoide small and large growth, it is common to assign as Coprinellus disseminatus. But Psathyrella pigmaea and Coprinellus hiascens, also have the same appearance.
In these specimens not seen pileus finely hairy, for this reason Psathyrella piggmaea pointed this possibility, of course microscopic examination need to be able to secure .. It is a common mistake.
Coprinellus hiascens, apical apex usually has colored
Which other species look like this macroscopically?
Did you check the presence of pileocistidios you? … In the picture are not increased. Pigmaea Psathyrella possibility.
Created: 2012-12-23 00:23:23 JST (+0900)
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