Observation 190361: Galerina marginata group
When: 2013-09-16
(49.45328° 75.47339° 857m)
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Tubaria furfuracea, Crepidotaceae Agaricales.

Small yellowish-brown mushroom with cottony cover around stalk

Cap: 1.5-3 cm wide, convex when young, then slightly convex or flat with indistinct gentle knob, color is brownish-yellow, brownish-orange up to light yellowish-brown; concentric coloring is common and the center is darker, intermediate circle or margin is dull yellow.
Gills: descending stalk when young mushroom, then attached yellowish-brown, close and narrow up to moderately broad with short and very short additional gills as typical Tricholomataceae.
Stalk: 2-4 cm long, 0.4-0.8cm thick, some fibrous and reddish-brown with remnants of partial veil around a stalk.
Veil: membranous partial veil makes silky hairs around stalk, a ring under a cap and white cottony cover around bottom part of a stalk.
Edibility: no accurate data for this location.
Habitat: rather rare kind; scattered small groups or clusters on old partially rotten birch and aspen trunks or stumps, minor on the rich soil nearby in pine-tree forest.
Season: July – September

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