Notes: Growing on the ground(in debris) in a Sitka Spruce and Red Alder habitat.
Caps up to 3.2 cm across.
Spore print thin but appeared to be brownish with some pink tints.
Spores ~ 9.9-13.0 X 5.3-7.0 microns and moderately rough.
Some Cheilocystidia that was lageniform.
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I think this is the same as Alnicola melinoides. Correct me if I should be wrong.
The common name for this species in Britain is Ochre Aldercap.
Created: 2013-03-24 00:16:41 EET (+0200)
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