Observation 153852: Clitocybe subconnexa Murrill
When: 2013-10-25
No herbarium specimen

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I agree, Eva.
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2013-12-03 19:45:55 GMT (+0000)

The clustering seems to favor a subconnexa ID. I have posted one obs as phyllophia, but I’m really not sure about the difference between the two types.

thanks for the input
By: Eva Skific (Evica)
2013-12-03 19:34:40 GMT (+0000)

say for C.subconnexa = growing scattered or, commonly sea, in clusters in leaf debris or conifer duff, appearing under hardwoods or conifers in a variety of diverse ecosystems.
Although it appears that there is only conifer debris on the ground, there were more maple and aspens around

I did not think that C. phylophilla is clusterd as much as is C. subconnexa.

Hi Eva.
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2013-12-03 04:08:42 GMT (+0000)

I ran across the name Clitocybe phyllophila in Phillips a few years ago. Seems to me that C. subconnexa and C. phyllophila are similar. Spore print colors are each light, but not white. Reports I have read say that subconnexa is found under hardwoods.

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