Observation 18529: Conocybe Fay.
When: 2009-01-27
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Dry intermediate forest, several scattered on ground; CAP 1-1.5", hygrophanous, no veil remnants visible,; GILLS nearly free, whitish to light brown, brown spores visible at 20×.

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Eye3
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Eyes3
Recognized by sight: if the spores are brown
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By: Erin Page Blanchard (CureCat)
2009-02-17 13:13:27 CET (+0100)

I would never. Haha.

The only species which I ever really ID to species macroscopically are C. albipes and C. filaris, though that may even be mislead.

Or Conocybe, of course…
By: Dimitar Bojantchev (dimitar)
2009-02-17 12:48:34 CET (+0100)

Does look like Conocybe sp. indeed. Just don’t tell me what species without complete analysis :-)

D.
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By: Erin Page Blanchard (CureCat)
2009-02-17 09:00:28 CET (+0100)

That doesn’t look like any Psathyrella I have seen. The gills look especially rusty. I bet that if a spore print was taken it would be rusty brown. Spore colour viewed on a microscopic level can vary considerably from the macroscopic level.

Probably Conocybe, maybe Galerina.

Not velutina. Some other Psathyrella.
By: Dimitar Bojantchev (dimitar)
2009-02-17 00:29:44 CET (+0100)

Couldn’t possibly be velutina. Here is what Psathyella velutina looks like, it’s one of the most distinct mushrooms.

http://mushroomhobby.com/...

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