Observation 177815: Agaricales sensu lato
When: 2014-09-09

Notes: Mainly white fungi with plane Pilei. Circular inner top centre of cap colour light brown tending towards dark brown. Cap dry and shiny. Stipe had hollow feel and tapered at the base to form slight bulb feature. Spore Print Brown. Gills crowded and fungi had no identifiable aroma. Fungi located in forest soil as an individual specimen, showing remnants of a veil. Forest area was semi rainforest with some canopy and mainly variety of Eucalyptus trees and some palms and strangler figs. Also close by were Flooded gums.
Micrograph sectioned was of Gill and Cap in Lugol’s Reagent 100x

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Eyes3
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Recognized by sight: Brown spore print fits with Agaricus.

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Tom May (funkeytom)

Thanks for that info.and comments. (all taken onboard). I will add it to my notes headlines when doing a write up. I do sometimes cut the specimen and should do it with each file loaded. Still in the learning curve. Comments are always appreciated. I started to photograph spore prints, but had no real comments, so just did the notes. White balance and calibrated monitors help in colour, but I am never sure what the viewer is seeing on their monitor, or if it is calibrated and a good quality monitor. Life with true colour representation is difficult..
Many thanks kk

Photo spore print
By: Tom May (funkeytom)
2014-09-15 05:55:17 PDT (-0700)

Hi Ian

Photo of spore print would be useful – the shade can assist with getting to genus. If spore print dark brown, then suggests Agaricus. The lamellae attachment is also useful to know for this genus – would be free. A cross section down through the middle of the fruit-body, photographed from the side, is good to show lamellae attachment to the top of the stipe.

Cheers
Tom

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