Observation 196659: Phaeomarasmius Scherff.
When: 2015-01-17

Notes: growing on “mother log” of unknown wood (probably oak, though), with at least five other different species fruiting! Observed during my mushroom class at the garden on Saturday; spotted by a keen-eyed ten year old budding mycologist! You go, guy!

Proposed Names

-31% (2)
Recognized by sight
44% (2)
Eyes3
Recognized by sight: cap surface dark-hairy, not granular
29% (1)
Recognized by sight: macro fits.
Based on microscopic features: I will check the micro on the fb.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus

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tiny brown jobbers …
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2015-01-19 15:10:17 PST (-0800)

so not my thing! but this one was lovely and distinctive. If ALL Flammulasters, and there are lots, have powdery, easily removed veils, then this ain’t it.

I couldn’t find a key to Phaeomarasmius, either, but this one seems possible. No idea how close other species might be, how they differ, etc. Yeah, it’s not in the Known Range, but isn’t that what we do here? Extend ranges (once proven to species)?

Amusingly in retrospect, we tossed another small brown capped mushroom collected at the Garden on Sat. that did appear to have a rather powdery cap. That one probably was a Flammulaster, but I figured that I would never get a name to it.

Live and learn.

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