Observation 158845: Trogia Fr.
When: 2014-01-05
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By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2014-09-01 11:37:58 EDT (-0400)

I would not place too much stock in that feature, as the color you describe could have faded in such mature material. By all other outward appearances, this is a good example of what I know to be T. cantharelloides.

Trogia (cantharelloides)?
By: Susanne Sourell (suse)
2014-03-07 14:03:42 EST (-0500)

The question was raised by email if the lamellae had a lilac tint. In this case ‘Trogia cantharelloides’ would a possibility. The repeatedly forked, very narrow lamellae being a further characteristic of this species.

However, when collecting this mushroom I did not see any lilac tint. The lamellae appeared to be creme colored. Picture P1052560 gives the best impression from my point of view.

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