Observation 189320: Callistodermatium Singer
When: 2014-11-23
1600m
No herbarium specimen
0 Sequences

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Proposed Names

24% (4)
Recognized by sight
-28% (1)
Recognized by sight: This is what the publication listed below calls this fungus. It is not necessarily accurate. What it is not, in my opinion, is Cyptotrama. I have collected it in Bolivia and Argentina.
Used references: Hongos Misiones Zona Centro. Biodiversidad Año II Nro. 5 – Noviembre 2012, pg. 8 fig. 11
29% (4)
Recognized by sight
28% (1)
Used references: Dentinger, Bryn T. M. & Bitty Roy. A mushroom by any other name would smell as sweet: Dracula
orchids.
McIlvainea 19 (1) 2010 pg. 13 fig. d (http://www.namyco.org/docs/Dracula_orchids_Dentinger.pdf) – as Xerulina chrysopepla
57% (1)
Used references: Cantrell, S.A., Lodge, D.J. and Baroni, T.J. (2001) Basidiomycetes of the Greater Antilles
Project. The Mycologist 15: 102–112, fig. 2. PDF

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I think Bryn has the right fungus
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2016-01-23 12:18:00 AEDT (+1100)

but possibly the wrong name, not unlike the Haasiella ID from the Argentinian bulletin. C. chrysopepla seems to be well documented online, with entries at Rogers Mushrooms and elsewhere. The gills are consistently described as distant, right down to the basionym, Lentinus chrysopeplus, and the cap color bright golden/lemon yellow, of which this is neither.

The mystery continues…

would be easy
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2015-04-30 07:31:42 AEST (+1000)

to get a list from admins of the observations with the most proposals and/or votes and aggregate them into a species list.

idea…
By: Richard Kneal (bloodworm)
2015-04-30 07:03:26 AEST (+1000)

it may be a rather “stupid” idea…
but, we have a category everything else…so here goes…
what about a category for “highly disputed observations.”
might be interesting.
or, maybe a species list is a better way to handle this.
i just feel they go unrecognized a lot of the time.

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