Observation 147351: Pluteus Fr.
When: 2013-10-05

Notes: growing on oak

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observation 148989
By: Alfredo Justo (Fredo)
2013-10-18 12:35:30 PDT (-0700)

Yes, www.mushroomobserver.org/148989, looks very similar but again is hard to tell if the gills are free or not.

There are several species of Pluteus with bright red/orange colors but without microscopical data it is hard to get a sense which species these collections may belong to.

if you send some specimens over I would take a look

Fredo…
By: Richard and Danielle Kneal (bloodworm)
2013-10-18 12:13:43 PDT (-0700)

thanks for chiming in!!
i was hoping you would…

yes, i am going to scope them.

i’ll set aside a few to send to you, if you would like…

how do you think this compares with:

www.mushroomobserver.org/148989

any chance to see microscopical data?
By: Alfredo Justo (Fredo)
2013-10-18 11:48:21 PDT (-0700)

Hi Richard,

Is there any chance to check for microscopical data (especially pileipellis structure)?

The gills look free in the picture but it is hard to tell. If they are free my money is on Pluteus.

Interesting
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2013-10-05 23:15:19 PDT (-0700)

I didn’t think of that at first, but the striations around the cap and the smooth stipe (without chevrons) definitely looks more like Pluteus now.

The overall resemblance is way more similar than I’d guessed before; compare to:
observation 147433

Pluteus
By: else
2013-10-05 22:16:36 PDT (-0700)

this really looks like a Pluteus species, the gills, the stipe, the growth form

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