Observation 166290: Tricholoma moseri Singer
When: 2014-05-10
(44.3563° -121.6117° 988m)
No herbarium specimen

Notes:
OMS-140510-143
Collector(s): Don Moore
Determined: 5/10/2014
Determiner: Don Moore
Original Determination: Tricholoma
Habitat: Woods Conifer
Aspect:
Growth Habit:
Substrate: Duff
Closest plant: Pinus ponderosa (Ponderosa Pine)
Other Habitat & Locality Notes: Near buckbrush and Ponderosa; elevation from Sisters Ranger Dist. map
Odor: Farinaceous
Taste:
Spore print: White
Other Specimen Notes: Old when collected, and unfortunately became so eaten by insects that it could not be preserved

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Eye3
Recognized by sight
60% (2)
Eyes3
Recognized by sight

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T. moseri in Oregon
By: Joe Cohen (Joseph D. Cohen)
2014-06-01 08:58:29 CDT (-0500)

1. I edited the Notes to correct the Collector and Determiner.
2. Sava Krstic informs me that when this was collected, Steve Trudell suggested the name T. moseri on the spot. For whatever reason, we chose not to write it down on the slip, probably because we intended to look at it in some detail.
3. A.E. Bessette, A.R. Bessette, W. Roody, S. Trudell Tricholomas of North America (Univ. of Texas Press 2013), says that this species “appears to be widespread in the western mountains”, and there are plenty of herbarium specimens and MO Observations from California and Washington. But there’s little from Oregon — probably just a coincidence. I found only one herbarium record from Oregon (in the OSU Herbarium, OSC #70192, from Josephine County), and only one other MO entry from Oregon, Observation 133861. Sava Krstic also has a preserved collection from the east side of Mount Hood.

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