Observation 198767: Echinoderma asperum (Pers.) Bon
When: 2013-10-15
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Scaly brownish caps with a white background and free crowded gills. Stipe scruffy and scaly with long white rhizomorphs at the base. Found in wood chips. Brought to me by a friend.

Proposed Names

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Used references: Kuo
77% (2)
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Recognized by sight: Same as Lepiota aspera, but according to Index Fungorum Echinoderma is the current genus.

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By: Phil (gunchky)
2015-02-15 18:04:07 PST (-0800)

some people do not agree with IF.

Yeah, the new name doesn’t change what it is…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2015-02-15 17:24:46 PST (-0800)

Just what we call it. MO is my way of keeping up with the changing names. Actually, there seems to be some difference of opinion about the genus for Lepiota/Echinoderma aspera/asperum.

Most similar Lepiotas are smaller with thin flesh. But large examples of Lepiota clypeolaria can look pretty similar to aspera/asperum. I think obs 180251 represents clypeolaria. The ones in that collection were quite large.

The ring on asperum is typically more well-developed and persistent than with clypeolaria. Asperum is more thick-fleshed/robust, like the ones in this obs (198767).

Heck
By: Phil (gunchky)
2015-02-15 16:10:34 PST (-0800)

I’m happy I named it Lepiota aspera

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