Observation 172991: Pluteus sect. Celluloderma Fayod
When: 2013-06-09
Who: R.W. (Al.)
No herbarium specimen
0 Sequences

Bluing Pluteus growing from a recently removed hardwood stump in a residential lawn. Much firmer pins than ther bluing pluteus. Mushoom has same smell but different macroscopic features compared with other blue pluteus.

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Black Locust!
By: R.W. (Al.)
2014-09-05 10:47:31 JST (+0900)

I had previously said the tree was honey locust, but I was wrong. It was a Black locust, Robinia pseudoacadia. This is an edited post.

section Celluloderma
By: Alfredo Justo (Fredo)
2014-08-27 21:45:41 JST (+0900)

Judging from the aspect of the cap surface this is very likely in section Celluloderma.

The European name Pluteus cyanopus has been applied to North American collections, but no molecular data exist for P. cyanopus from Europe or North America to confirm that.

Created: 2014-08-10 00:25:56 JST (+0900)
Last modified: 2014-08-27 21:46:25 JST (+0900)
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