Observation 164347: Gymnopilus P. Karst.
When: 2014-04-28
Collection location: Hilo, Hawaii, USA [Click for map]
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Growing on downed coconut trunks along Hilo Bayfront. Brown spore deposit.

Proposed Names

-93% (7)
Used references: Hemms & Desjardin, Mushrooms of Hawai’i

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Excellent
By: Rocky Houghtby
2014-05-16 18:34:37 EDT (-0400)

Thank you, Richard. I look forward to looking at them.

Samples collected
By: Richard Greever (rgreever)
2014-05-16 16:48:11 EDT (-0400)

Collected some samples and sent to

Rocky Houghtby

Collections Center
Field Museum of Natural History
Chicago, IL

This obs
By: Rocky Houghtby
2014-04-29 00:48:13 EDT (-0400)

Is a Gymnopilus beyond all shadow of a doubt. There are doubtless a number of Gymnopilus species in your area besides whatever gets called “subtropics” over there.

Agaricus have free lamellae and occur in soil.

Gymnopilius name proposal
By: Richard Greever (rgreever)
2014-04-29 00:19:41 EDT (-0400)

The larger examples of the observed mushrooms were 100-150mm in diameter. Hemmes & Desjardin list a size of 30-50mm for Gymnopilius subtropicus. Spore deposits were brown → dark brown (as described for Agaricus) vs. bright rusty brown for Gymnopilius. Observed stems where white, not brown.

Any chance
By: Rocky Houghtby
2014-04-28 23:54:57 EDT (-0400)

this got collected?

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