Observation 22853: Tapinella atrotomentosa (Batsch) Šutara
When: 2009-07-03
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Ok this was growing on the ground not on wood under Eastern Hemlock . I dug under it and found no wood buried. It was growing alone. Gills turned black in KOH
There is a velvet appearance to cap. The stem also has the velvety texture to it and is black typical of T atromentosa. I have found this before here but it always is on wood and the caps are lighter in color when growing on wood. spore print yellow brown.

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Recognized by sight: found growing under Eastern Hemlock NOT ON WOOD
Used references: Mushroomexpert.com
Based on microscopic features: spores elliptical smooth dextrinoid spore pirnt light brown yellow brown
Based on chemical features: Gills turn black over 30 min in KOH Gills also stain yellow when cut.

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