Observation 17530: Pluteus Fr.

When: 2009-01-30

Collection location: San Geronimo, Marin Co., California, USA [Click for map]

Who: Ron Pastorino (Ronpast)

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Used references: Based on comments by Else Vellinga

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Pluteus sp.
By: else
2009-02-03 16:40:51 CST (-0600)

Pluteus romellii has a yellow stipe and a yellowish brown cap, and the yellow is also present in the young lamellae. Furthermore, P. romellii belongs to the group of species with a hymeniform pileipellis.

The current species might have a pileipellis made up of elongated elements sticking up.

In Pluteus, the structure of the pileipellis is the first character you want to look at.

Pluteus sp.
By: else
2009-02-03 16:40:50 CST (-0600)

Pluteus romellii has a yellow stipe and a yellowish brown cap, and the yellow is also present in the young lamellae. Furthermore, P. romellii belongs to the group of species with a hymeniform pileipellis.

The current species might have a pileipellis made up of elongated elements sticking up.

In Pluteus, the structure of the pileipellis is the first character you want to look at.

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