Observation 20298: Pluteus Fr.
When: 2008-08-17
Herbarium specimen reported

Species Lists

Images

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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Specimen on the right in the above images
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Specimen on the right in the above images
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Specimen on the right in the above images
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Gill face
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Gill face
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Cystidia
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Cystidia
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Cystidia
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Cystidia
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Cystidia
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Gill face
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Cystidia
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Spores
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Copyright © 2008 Johannes (Johann) Harnisch
Spores, scale in Microns

Proposed Names

74% (3)
Eye3 Eyes3
Recognized by sight
13% (2)
Recognized by sight: mixed: Inocybe sp. plus Pluteus/Entoloma sp.
28% (1)
Recognized by sight

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Not mixed
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2011-02-04 19:58:33 CST (-0500)

I think these two mushrooms are the same taxon. They both have pink free gills, same stem texture, same cap surface except that one is much more dried out, same white mycelium at the stem base.

The microfeatures are extremely Pluteus-like.

Microscopic images added
By: Johannes Harnisch (Johann Harnisch)
2011-02-02 17:53:25 CST (-0500)

I finally found the herbarium specimens,

The microscopy is of the specimen on the right of the first images,
I believe I found it on wood

First,
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2009-04-15 08:36:03 CDT (-0400)

the right fruitbody is an Inocybe sp…you have to check the spores for further information.
Second, the left fruitbody looks like a Pluteus sp. but Entoloma sp. cannot be ruled out. If you don’t have spore print, don’t worry if you have a herbarium specimen. Check the spores again, then you don’t need spore print (there is no spore like Entoloma spore, haha)…
And third, always check fugacious features in the field (smell, color etc.)

Hmm…
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2009-04-15 00:35:06 CDT (-0400)

First off, this looks like a mixed collection.

Second of all, we need more information. Were both of these (or either) growing on wood?
Did you take spore prints to make sure of pink spores?

Even if they were pinkish, this doesn’t rule out Leptonia for the specimen on the left.

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