Observation 218061: Rhodocollybia lentinoides (Peck) Halling
When: 2015-10-07
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Cap diameters 1-4 cm. Convex at first, broadening toward flat in old age. Moist and smooth.

Gills barely attached if at all, serrated at all stages of development in 20/20 specimens examined.

Stalks equal or expanding downward, essentially smooth, hollow. There are often a few stiff, white hairs at the base.

Spore print creamy.

Odor and taste not distinctive.

Growing in troupes in the needle duff around a blue spruce (Picea pungens), and between that tree and an eastern white pine (Pinus strobus).

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Rhodocollybia lentinoides gills.jpg
Rhodocollybia lentinoides spores.jpg
spore print is cream

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Recognized by sight: consistency of the serrated gills and pale cap color suggest against, but may not entirely exclude the possibility of Rhodocollybia butyracea.

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Created: 2015-10-07 16:40:19 PDT (-0700)
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