Observation 195947: Entoloma vernum var. isodiametrica Largent
When: 2015-01-11
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Growing in pasture grasses, on ground, at least 70 feet from nearest tree, a large oak.

Smell – mild, mushroom, nothing significant.

Cap – 1.25 inches across. Dark brown, broadly umbolate.

Stem – same color as gills. fribrous, equal diameter. Rooted. 1.5 – 2 times diameter of cap. 3/8 inch diameter.

Gills – pale greyish-brown color. Edges of cap are lighter. Gills close, free-adnate.

Spore Print: Pinkish-brown.

Spore Size Data: 4-6 sided, isodiametric, Subglobose

[20/1/1] L (-) 8.5 – 9.8 (-10.1) μm x W (7.2-) 7.4 – 8.5 (-) μm, (L = 9.1 μm, W = 7.9 μm), Q (1.08-) 1.10 – 1.21 (-1.30), Q = 1.15 Subglobose

Spore Color, W, L and Q very similar to observation 199561

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