Observation 189135: Agaricales sensu lato
When: 2014-11-01
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Abundnant, short, ping pong paddle-shaped cheilocystidia

Andean cloud forest located between 2500 and 2950 m.a.s.l.

Notable tree spp.:

Roble (Quercus humboldtii)
Uvito de Monte (Cavendishia pubescens)
Chilco colorado (Escallonia myrtilloides)
Sietecueros (Tibouchina lepidota)
Canelo de Páramo (Drimys Granadensis)
Carate (Vismia baccifera)
Yarumo (Cecropia peltata)
Drago (Croton urucurana)
Chagualo (Clusia multiflora)
Carbonero (Calliandra haematocephala)
Schefflera sp.
Encenillo (Weinmannia tomentosa)
Arrayán (Myrcia cucullata)
Manzano De Monte (Billia rosea)

Collected for the Basidiomycete Course of the 8th Congresso Latinoamericano de Micologia.

Species Lists

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Proposed Names

40% (2)
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Recognized by sight
27% (3)
Recognized by sight: Small gilled shelf on wood with brown spores.

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spores were scoured for
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2014-11-22 02:54:02 UTC (+0000)

and not observed. strange, considering how seemingly mature so much of the material was. therefore neither spore print nor spore characters were obtained. i lacked the clout to designate specimens for transfer to the US. Ana Esperanza was a bit… chilly on the subject.

I just think
By: Byrain
2014-11-22 02:35:47 UTC (+0000)

Sticking this under Agaricales sensu lato without any substantial reasons other than “It feels different” is kind of weak. Do you have any other suggestions? What other genera can be mistaken for Crepidotus? I should take it spore info was not recorded?

why so confident?
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2014-11-22 02:11:16 UTC (+0000)

i have never held a Crepidotus as tough and pliable as this, and just about every description of cheilocystidia I have read for the species of Crepidotus said to possess them describes significantly longer, slenderer, narrower, more flask-shaped formations than what I observed. i would consider chalking this up to looking at immature material if I hadn’t mounted more than one obviously mature gill sections and found cystidia of a more or less uniform size and shape throughout: tiny ping pong paddles.

Crepidotus was considered
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2014-11-22 01:24:51 UTC (+0000)

but the texture seemed far too sturdy. they were almost leathery. there is also the question of the abundant cheilocystidia mentioned in the notes, which was, unfortunately, the only significant microfeature observed.

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