Observation 222599: Tricholoma (Fr.) Staude

When: 2015-11-11

Collection location: Fruška gora, Serbia [Click for map]

45.228° 19.8819° 350m

Who: Bojan Seguljev (Bojan)

No specimen available

On the edge of a pine (Pinus nigra) forest. Also some other young trees (oak) are growing nearby. Spore deposit is white.

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In the book
By: Eva Skific (Evica)
2015-11-12 09:24:59 EST (-0500)

Bojan, mention T. fracticum is first while T. batchii is synonym
so is in the entire Balkans

By: Drew Parker (mycotrope)
2015-11-12 00:24:46 EST (-0500)

Christensen/Heilmann-Clausen (The Genus Tricholoma, 2013) prefer the name T. batschii for this over fracticum. The names are apparently synonyms, but probably makes sense to go with the former at least for European material (See notes on taxonomy for the name Tricholoma fracticum on MO).

Naravno da ima
By: Eva Skific (Evica)
2015-11-11 18:25:30 EST (-0500)

vise vrsta ali su razlicite…
Na slici se vidi “stem” koji ima kao opnu razliku u boji a to je znak T. fracticum
ne znam bolje objasniti

It has a distinctive, two-colored stem that is white near the apex and orangish brown below a well defined . . . .a ring zone .

T imbricatum je manja gljiva ima po kapi cehice u vecini slucajeva kapa bude raspucana..

Pozdrav Evice :)
By: Bojan Seguljev (Bojan)
2015-11-11 16:07:31 EST (-0500)

Liči na vrstu T. fracticum. Ali u knjizi Baneta Uzelca nalazim više sličnih vrsta koje rastu pod borovima: T. pessundatum, T. imbricatum.

Pozdrav Bojane
By: Eva Skific (Evica)
2015-11-11 15:30:23 EST (-0500)

izgleda kao T. fracticum…

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