Observation 222325: Pholiota (Fr.) P. Kumm.
When: 2015-11-08
(47.633° 8.8333° 495m)
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Spore print is light brown. Spores are oval, hyaline, with a bar across the middle.

Images

573721
574227
Shows the stump itself.
574231
Shows the ‘warts’ on the cap (veil remnants) and the generally poor condition of the sample, with obvious liquifaction.
574233
Shows the gills and a sectioned length of stem. The total stem length was at least 15cm.

Proposed Names

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Removed possible multiple observation
By: Campbell Kelly (ckelly)
2015-11-11 04:34:35 JST (+0900)

Removed the image of the smaller mushroom, to simplify the observation.

Added more images of the larger ones, which are (unfortunately) not in very good condition.

multiple species?
By: Campbell Kelly (ckelly)
2015-11-10 16:24:00 JST (+0900)

Both photographs are of the same hardwood stump. Both caps show the same ‘speckled’ appearance, leading me to suppose they came from a single mycelium. But maybe not…

Indeed, the spore print, taken from one of the larger caps, is extremely pale, a very light brown color.

Multiple species
By: canid
2015-11-10 06:20:52 JST (+0900)

Multiple species in observation is a poor fit for MO’s format. The first certainly looks likely for Lentinula sp. Is the spore print very pale? I would love to learn what the second one is; it’s pretty.

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