Observation 160426: Panaeolus sect. Verricuspora Gerhardt
When: 2014-02-25

Notes: Spores: 14.44 7.60
14.90 8.37
13.09 8.11
13.34 8.63
13.23 8.38
14.41 8.10
12.98 7.76
14.12 8.26
14.29 8.59
14.16 8.17
13.78 7.34
13.51 8.08
14.21 8.40
14.77 8.48
15.15 9.01
15.34 8.70
14.02 8.25
14.96 8.10
14.49 8.03
14.85 8.74
14.03 8.23
14.22 8.35
13.61 8.00
14.11 8.01
14.74 8.98
14.88 8.41
14.60 8.84
13.93 8.15
13 [14 ; 14.5] 15.4 × 7.5 [8.1 ; 8.4] 9 µm
Q = 1.6 [1.7] 1.9 ; N = 28 ; C = 95%
Me = 14.2 × 8.3 µm ; Qe = 1.7

Images

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©Cronicr
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Cross section Methyl Blue
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Cross section Methyl Blue
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Basidia 800x Methyl Blue
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Cheilocystidia 800x Methyl Blue
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Basidia 800x Methyl Blue
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Cross section Congo Red
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Cross section Congo Red
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pileipellis epithelium 800x Congo Red
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pileipellis epithelium 800x Congo Red
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Cheilocystidia 800x Congo Red
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Cheilocystidia 800x Congo Red
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Cheilocystidia 800x Congo Red
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Spores 800x Congo Red
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Spores 800x Congo Red
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Spores 800x Congo Red
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Spores 800x Congo Red
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Lamellar trama
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Basidia and Basidiospores 2000x Congo Red
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 2000x KOH
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 2000x KOH
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 2000x KOH
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Basidiospores 2000x
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Basidiospores 2000x
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 2000x KOH
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Basidia and spores 2000x KOH
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Cross section Water
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Cross section Water
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 800x Water
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 2000x Water
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 800x Water
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 800x Water
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 800x Water
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Sulphidia" pigemented basidioles 800x Water
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Proposed Names

-39% (3)
Recognized by sight
Based on microscopic features: Sulphidia, spore size/shape
83% (1)
Eyes3
Recognized by sight
Used references: Could be same as obs 158389.
Based on microscopic features: Roughened spores, apical germ pore, P. fimicola has smooth spores & an oblique germ pore.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus

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