Observation 199372: Neoclitocybe Singer
When: 2015-01-06
No herbarium specimen

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Recognized by sight: ID suggested by Dr. D. Jean Lodge
Used references: http://revistaseletronicas.pucrs.br/... Compare picture on page 153
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Lovely link, Alain! Merci beaucoup.
By: Susanne Sourell (suse)
2015-10-24 07:11:29 PDT (-0700)

This habitus of this fungus was very rather fragile and small sized – not reminding of genus Lentinus.

Fishing in murky waters
By: Susanne Sourell (suse)
2015-02-23 07:53:42 PST (-0800)

Danny, I am just uplading all my pictures. The names suggested are just preliminary as I will look into each observation in more detail later. There is some evidence that this might belong to Neoclitocybe. But of course it could also be Clitocybe, Trogia, … or Omphalinae sensu Singer in MO language.

I guess that microscopy would be needed here. Neoclitocybe byssiseda was raised as a naming suggestion. This seems to be a common Amazonian species. It was first described as Omphalina byssiseda by Bresadola in Rick BROTERIA REVISTA DE SCIENCIAS NATURAES, VOLUME VI, 1907 and the picture has some similarity (http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/... and http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/... ). Singer later described it as Neoclitocybe byssiseda ( http://www.funnz.org.nz/...). But I could not check yet if this would be a naming alternative. Fishing in murky waters … as so many times with Neotropical Fungi.

By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2015-02-22 12:43:44 PST (-0800)

why Neoclitocybe? I am not so familiar with this genus. on the basis of resemblance to Clitocybe, or something more?

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