Observation 202119: Psathyrella spadicea group
When: 2015-03-30

Notes: Growing cespitose on the ground in mixed woods, mostly Doug fir.
Caps up to 5.0 cm across. Whitish grainy material on caps likely from some other source as most of what I found had similar material on caps.
No distinct odor.
Could not get a spore print but spores brownish based on deposits on lower caps and microscopic features.
Spores ~ 7.9-8.8 X 4.2-4.8 microns, elongate and smooth to sl. rough.
Gill cystidia plentiful especially Pleurocystia, ~ 40-50 X 12-20 microns, broadly fusiform to mucronate, thick-walled near apices and some with encrustations.
Hebeloma may not be the only possibility.

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Recognized by sight: in the Rhodopsathyrella group (spadicea and allies)
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Cool record
By: Tom Bruns (pogon)
2015-03-31 21:03:27 PDT (-0700)

Never seen it.

Thanks Christian, they do look like
By: Ron Pastorino (Ronpast)
2015-03-31 17:45:09 PDT (-0700)

something in that group although the scaly stipes seem a little off.
The "Rhodopsathyrella " genus appears to be new to MO, and I don’t know anything about it. Your call.

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