Observation 172581: Inocybe corydalina Quél. var. corydalina
When: 2014-08-05
(47.0° 8.0° 485m)
Who: Sporulator
No herbarium specimen

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Hmm
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2014-08-06 01:44:39 EDT (-0400)

The Mexican version also has the green on the cap, and looks similar….but it does not bruise greener when I damage it. That species has a cinnamon odor like matsutake and DNA sequencing showed that it was close but not identical to the European I. corydalina.

Odor / Color
By: Sporulator
2014-08-06 01:30:19 EDT (-0400)

In Europe, Inocybe corydalina is called “Green Capped Inocybe” or “Greenflush Fibrecap.” The green color at the center of the cap is a main characteristic of Inocybe corydalina. The color changes to more green-blue when the mushroom is damaged, or when it is old and begins to decay.

The odor is very unpleasant. A sickly sweet smell of decay.

Odor?
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2014-08-05 20:06:38 EDT (-0400)

Do these bruise blue when damaged, or just have a blue color?

Odor?
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2014-08-05 20:06:37 EDT (-0400)

Do these bruise blue when damaged, or just have a blue color?

Created: 2014-08-05 06:54:24 EDT (-0400)
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