Notes: If I interpret correctly the description in the reference, this can well be the rare species Pluteus hispidulus.
It was a single specimen growing together with Gymnopilus junonius (see observation 179898) on the remains of a Quercus suber tree, in a place of seepage rainwater.
The cap has approximately 1.5 cm in diameter and the stipe about 5 cm long, thin but firm. The cuticle is somewhat distinct for a Pluteus, mingled with tufts brownish gray on lighter background, darker in the center and grayish white at the margin.
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it did arrive in good condition, and I hope to study it in detail soon.
thanks again for sending this
I hope you have received this material in good conditions.
The material was sent today.
yes, the address is updated
I’ll be glad to send you the remain of the material of this observation. I´ll put it in the mail soon (I suppose that your mailing address for collections is updated, otherwise let me know).
very nice documentation zaca,
have you kept any part of the collection? I would be interested in getting molecular data for this
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