Observation 135672: Lentinus subgenus Lentinus sect. Lentinus
When: 2013-06-02

Notes: Found in very shady area under sabal palm, oak, and slash pine after

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Eye3
Recognized by sight: Recognized by sight: “13 Lentinus crinitus (Linn.:Fr.)Fr. (inedible)
The pale yellowish-brown to reddish-brown pileus often with a purplish tint is 1.0-4.0cm in diameter, and covered with loose brown fascicles of brown hairs with free ends. The lammellae are deeply decurrent, slightly fusing or appearing almost poroid near the stipe, and with dentate edges. The stipe is 1.0-4.0 × 0.2-0.6 cm, scurfy, and slightly lighter in color than the pileus. […]This species can be recognized from others by its pale stipe, crowded lamellae, and cap margins that are only slightly enrolled. This species is very common on decaying logs throughout Florida" (Kimbrough, pg. 20-21).
Used references: Kimbrough, James W. (2000). Common Florida Mushrooms. University of Florida: Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. ISBN 0-916287-30-0. http://ifasbooks.ifas.ufl.edu/...
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Recognized by sight: Just to make it a little easier for you, Myxomop :) haha
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Eyes3
Recognized by sight: “Pileal surface pilose-strigose, with ciliate margin; …tropical and subtropical”
Used references: Pegler, D. N. 1983. “The genus Lentinus: a world monograph.” Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London, England. 281 pp.

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dark stem base
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2013-07-02 10:37:34 CEST (+0200)

rules out L. crinitus

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