Observation 19684: Dermoloma pseudocuneifolium Herink
When: 2008-10-19
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes:

[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:06:48 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Tisovec,Uhrinov,Bohemia,Czech Republic’ to ‘Tisovec, Uhrinov, Bohemia, Czech Republic’

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Velvet cap -
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2009-03-22 11:41:25 CDT (-0500)

Velvet cap? Is it from a tricodermium, or does it have broom cells? You seen to suggest that is has no cystidia on the gills.

I haven’t microshots
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2009-03-22 11:19:08 CDT (-0500)

but spores are oblong ellipsoid and about 6-8×3,5-5µm and strongly amyloid, clamp connections present.Most basidias have four spores.
Macroscopical distinctive feature is hygrophanous velvety cap, thickened gills that have a greyish-brown tinge and a stipe which is finely pruinose-flocculose at the apex. Context is odorless or faintly mealy.It grows in natural meadows on calcareous soil, mostly in late fall.

Any more info on micro details
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2009-03-22 10:51:46 CDT (-0500)

DO you have any more info about the micro details you determined as part of this obs.? And any microshots of these details?

It first reminded me of Camarophyllopsis
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2009-03-22 08:22:38 CDT (-0500)

but the amyloidity of the spores and other features showed this to be the extremely rare Dermoloma species; this is the first time I saw this too. The only “more frequent” species is D.cuneifolium: this I have seen thrice …

Nice!
By: Darvin DeShazer (darv)
2009-03-21 23:36:32 CDT (-0500)

An unusual species. Nice to see it on Mushroom Observer.

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