Observation 17554: Coprinopsis sect. Lanatuli (J. Lange) D.J. Schafer ined.
When: 2009-02-02
No herbarium specimen

Notes: I noticed it in mid morning in full ‘bloom’, with nicely shaped cap, almost completely transparent, like made of water poor. Came back with my camera four or five hours later but it was already too late. A very ‘short lived’ creature… Is it possible to determine its name from both pictures?

Coprinus sp.
Inkcap ?
Slo.: iz rodu tintnic

April 22. 2004
Lat.: 46.3573 Long.: 13.7016
Code: CD#76

Habitat: riverine forest, pioneer stands of Salix eleagnos / Picea abies, limestone alluvium, very humid place, flooded one or two times per year, predominately shade, precipitations ~3.000 mm/year, average temperature 7-9 deg C, elevation 540 m (1.800 feet), alpine phytogeographical region.

Place: Right bank of River Soca between villages Soca and Trenta, Trenta valley, East Julian Alps, Posocje, Slovenia EC

Nikon N8008S / Tamron 35-105mm/f2.8 / Sigma Macro 90mm/f2.8 / Fuji RVP Velvia

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Thank you
By: amadej trnkoczy (amadej)
2011-10-30 01:31:32 PDT (-0700)

for your comment.

Coprinopsis sp.
By: Europe-coprinologist
2011-10-29 17:18:37 PDT (-0700)

in the first picture looks great veil remains of woolly-looking general or frayed. So Hood and Descat Coprinellus genres.

Coprinopsis is a sect. Lanatuli.
Thanks!
By: amadej trnkoczy (amadej)
2009-02-03 13:07:54 PST (-0800)

Thank you for your help.

possibly Coprinus plicatilis
By: Ryane Snow (snowman)
2009-02-02 23:21:39 PST (-0800)

the deeply pleated cap which recurves in age is quite reminiscent of C. plicatilis

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