Observation 172445: Coprinellus sect. Micacei
When: 2014-07-27
( 3100m)
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Came into the Cuajimoloyas fungus fair.

Spore statistics:

6.4 [7.5 ; 8.2] 9.2 × 4.6 [5.2 ; 5.7] 6.3 µm
Q = 1.2 [1.4 ; 1.5] 1.7 ; N = 15 ; C = 95%
Me = 7.8 × 5.4 µm ; Qe = 1.4

7.37 5.70
7.83 5.60
7.67 5.14
7.42 5.35
7.08 5.27
8.41 5.65
8.88 5.23
7.97 4.74
9.14 6.38
7.94 5.82
8.77 5.68
7.59 5.09
7.70 5.67
6.90 4.75
6.66 5.65

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Proposed Names

66% (2)
Eye3
Based on microscopic features: Spores mitriform
83% (1)
Eyes3
Recognized by sight: Not enough info for a species level identification, especially in Mexico.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus

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By: Byrain
2014-08-05 13:28:13 PDT (-0700)

From fan6:

“Coprinus micaceus differs from the other species in the complex by
the spores with distinct conical base and truncate apex, and the caulo-
cystidia on the stipe. Coprinus rufopruinatus Romagn. (in Bull. trimest.
Soc. mycol. Fr. 92: 205. 1976) differs from C. micaceus mainly by the
pinkish coloured veil, and needs rediscovery.
Ko et al. (in Mycol. Res. 105: 1519–1526. 2001) showed that there
are molecular differences in collections from different geographical
regions of the world.”

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