Notes: Original Herbarium Label: Psathyrella subnuda var. velosa A.H. Sm.
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I think the name looks good and it seems to correspond with the material I have seen in CA which can be found in obs 129935. I reread the literature and compared it will all the observations, my previous doubts seen in my observation don’t really seem all that relevant anymore… I’m going to update the name on my observation. :)
Edit: I just realized I’m getting the names P. subnuda and P. seminuda confused, my previous doubts make more sense for P. seminuda…
All our postings of this fungus in MO came from the same site. All the supporting specimens are now in the UBC herbarium. So far, only one of them has been accessioned.
http://mushroomobserver.org/172842 – drawing
http://mushroomobserver.org/147960 – microphotos – UBC F26119
I have just realized that I had already posted the image of this MO observation and the drawing with the MO observation # 65173 and I have removed those duplicate posting from that observation. From the MO point of view, it would be better to combine all these observations into one, but on the other hand, it might be better to retain the links between separate MO observations and their supporting herbarium specimens.
There were some question marks in the notes to the posted names (and the name “Psathyrella tetraphylla” was originally suggested for MO observation #172842) and we would be interested in hearing your opinion about these collections. Adolf
Do you happen to have more details on this observation? I would be very interested in seeing any drawings or microscopy done, thanks. :)
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