Observation 129875: Lepiota lilacea Bres.
When: 2012-12-05
Who: Byrain

Notes: Spores non-dextrinoid, some 1-septate.
Spore range = 4 – 5 (5.5) x 3 μm
Average spore = 4.75 × 3 μ
Q range = 1.33 – 1.67 (1.83)
Average Q = 1.59
20 spores measured

Cheilocystidia measurements = 14×8, 15×7, 19×9, 19×9, 20×11, 21×14, 22×12, 23×11, 24×11 μ
Basidia 4-spored
Pleurocystidia not observed
Pileipellis with reddish setae (?) in KOH

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Spores, 1000x, mounted in melzers
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Spores showing septations, 1000x, mounted in melzers
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Pileipellis
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Cheilocystidia

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28% (1)
Recognized by sight
85% (1)
Eye3 Eyes3
Recognized by sight: pileus breaking into scales/patches, annulus present with dark underside, urban habitat.
Based on microscopic features: ellipsoid spores, cheilocystidia present. else says she doesn’t see any septate spores, just the spore content & the setae on the pileipellis could be a secondary fungus.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus

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