Brought to collection at Pt. Reyes Fungus Fair – Bear Valley Visitor’s Center
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On the stipe seem pretty well differentiated from the tomentose basal mycelium. Do you think that the fibrillose hyphae are composed of velar material as opposed to being terminal cells?
to call the fibrillose mycelium on the stipe caulocystidia.
is very interesting. The caulocystidia appear to form a sheath that terminates with an annulus, the pileus seems unusually decurved/ irregular. The pilei appear to be very dry and I would expect to see more evidence of hygrophanous tissues, these appear to be merely virgate.
Created: 2014-01-07 20:31:42 CST (-0500)
Last modified: 2014-01-09 22:10:12 CST (-0500)
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