Observation 123228: Cortinarius subgenus Phlegmacium (Fr.) Fr.
When: 2013-01-22
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Under coast live oak.

Only one fruit body found due to extremely dry conditions.

Spore measurements:

8.5 [9.6 ; 10.1] 11.1 × 4.8 [5.5 ; 5.9] 6.6 µm
Q = 1.5 [1.7 ; 1.8] 2 ; N = 30 ; C = 95%
Me = 9.8 × 5.7 µm ; Qe = 1.7

8.72 5.16
9.71 5.41
9.18 4.95
10.37 5.47
9.92 5.49
10.30 5.74
10.83 6.02
9.96 5.15
9.67 5.46
9.42 6.20
10.56 5.79
9.94 5.74
9.06 5.29
8.90 5.84
9.93 5.79
9.19 6.40
11.66 6.70
9.74 5.18
10.01 5.73
11.45 6.69
10.02 5.77
9.65 5.60
9.81 5.36
9.25 6.09
9.47 6.32
9.78 5.25
9.15 5.83
9.94 6.11
9.46 5.12
9.87 5.56

Images

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Spores 1000x
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Spores 1000x with measurements

Proposed Names

87% (1)
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Recognized by sight: Dimitar said “The Phlegmacium is not C. xanthodryiphilus, but a well known undescribed species that will have a new name within 1 year. Note how bright yellow your collection is – C. xanthodryophilus is never that bright yellow.”

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not bright…
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2013-01-29 18:51:34 CET (+0100)

so much as cool vs warm. like the diff between a spring coccora and the cap margin on a fall coccora.

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