Observation 14709: Tricholoma aurantio-olivaceum A.H. Sm.
When: 2008-11-18
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: These have some characteristics of a Lepiota or at least those species that only have a scruffy stipe rather than a distinct ring. They were firmer than the usual fairly fragile Lep. The caps were fibrillose , appendiculate, and up to 3.9cm broad. The spores were white and non-amyloid, approx. 3.5-4.- X 4.0- 5.5 microns and many looked almost globose.

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By: Paul Derbyshire (Twizzler)
2008-12-01 20:05:39 CET (+0100)

Gill color and attachment does point towards trich. Overall shape, and veil-related features, more resembles Cystoderma and similar to me.

The spore print won’t help here — whitish for both.

Gill attachment and cap markings have me leaning toward Tricholoma though.

Tricholoma sounds fine
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2008-11-30 10:06:47 CET (+0100)

It looks like a tiny version of Tricholoma vaccinum. The spores are shaped like grape seeds, but should be slightly larger in vaccinum.

Try Tricholoma?
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2008-11-29 21:15:58 CET (+0100)

These might be yet another brown Tricholoma?

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