Observation 205230: Agaricales sensu lato

When: 2015-05-26

Collection location: Curraghmore House, County Waterford, Ireland [Click for map]

Who: vsumycologylab

No specimen available

-Found in soil near burnt tree branches
-Cap Profile:
-0.8 – 1.0 cm diameter
-slightly umbonate
-hazel-brown, more rust-brown towards center
-Gill Profile:
-at first yellow, then cinnamon
-Stem Profile
-between ‘more or less equal’ and clavate
-2.5 cm tall
-Spore Profile:
-Light brown to rust
-spore powder light brown
-7.5 um length x 6.25 um width



Proposed Names

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Not a Cortinarius
By: Emma Harrower (eharrower)
2015-05-29 13:46:32 CDT (-0400)

As it has an annulus, it belongs to a different genus. Perhaps Galerina or Pholiota? or something else? Little brown mushrooms are difficult to ID.

Cortinarius cinnamomeus has orange-colored gills.

It is useful to post a photo of the gills for identification purposes.

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