Observation 194216: Pluteus salicinus (Pers.) P. Kumm.
When: 2014-12-21
Who: zaca
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Growing in an habitat dominated by Quercus suber.
Due to a problem with the camera I cannot present the photos taken in loco.

Images

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Microscopy: Spores, Basidia and lamellar trama;
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Microscopy: Pleurocystidia;
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Microscopy: Cheilocystidia;
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Microscopy: Pileipellis (x100)
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Microscopy: Pileipellis (x400)
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Microscopy: Pileipellis – clamps
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Microscopy: Pileipellis – Vacuolar structure and pigmentation of hyphae

Proposed Names

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Recognized by sight
42% (2)
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Recognized by sight
75% (1)
Eyes3
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Thanks, Alfredo,
By: zaca
2014-12-27 15:59:12 PST (-0800)

for the ID, which I was not able to do, maybe on the account of the dissonant features you noticed.

salicinus
By: Alfredo Justo (Fredo)
2014-12-27 07:20:41 PST (-0800)

blue tinges on the stipe, metuloid cystidia, spore size, clamps on the pileipellis and habitat on Quercus all point to Pluteus salicinus

although you can see some ascending elements in the pileipellis the general organization is parallel to the surface (cutis); in a true Hispidoderma the disposition, septation and shape of the elements in the pileipellis is different.

Microscopy added.
By: zaca
2014-12-22 16:17:39 PST (-0800)

I think that all the data from microscopy point to Pluteus sect. Hispidoderma; However I was not able to find the name for this specimen.

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