Observation 171501: Agaricales sensu lato
When: 2014-07-25
No herbarium specimen

Notes: I had thought this to be an Inocybe, but the spores look wrong. No spore drop.

Terrestrial in mixed woods.

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Gill attachment is distinctive.
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2014-11-03 20:10:06 CST (-0600)

Deep notch and prominent decurrent tooth should be good clues as to ID. Notch does remind me of Trichloma. Locally, I don’t see many Trichs before mid September, usually later. One exception is T. spaonaceum. I think I recall having seen this type at various times from mid summer onward. The cap surface on this specimen looks to be a bit fibrillose/streaked for saponaceum. But saponaceum is a variable species (complex). So… maybe? The specimen is not well collected. I must have knocked it over before collecting it.

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By: Phil Yeager (gunchky)
2014-11-03 19:28:59 CST (-0600)

look sinuate notched

Looks like an Inocybe.
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2014-11-02 17:23:52 CST (-0600)

If so, the pale gills imply it’s an immature one. So perhaps the small subglobose to broadly elliptic spores are not indicative of the shape/size of the mature spores.

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