Observation 30593: Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke
When: 2009-12-16
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Is this what some people have been calling C. glaucocana?
This was growing right next to C. nuda, and there appeared to be intermediate forms.


Copyright © 2009 Christian F. Schwarz
Copyright © 2009 Christian F. Schwarz
Cap color and gill color compared to C. nuda (the two specimens at right).

Proposed Names

39% (2)
Recognized by sight: Looks very similar to C. nuda and may, in fact, be that species, but the cap and especially the gills are much paler – almost no purple in the whitish-gray gills, hardly any purple at all.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
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By: Jeff Riedenauer (Tamsenite)
2011-12-14 02:22:37 PST (-0800)

In frequenting New Brighton often (literatly my backyard). I have seen various size, shapes and colorations, in different habitats, ect.. of what I would call bluewits. If it’s just a matter of coloration between the two species, well ok, or is there actually a difference in DNA? Or any other point to differ the two?

P.S. The commercially raised “bluewits/bluefoots” of Europe that I have seen are almost all white/tan even when young except at the base of the stipe? Can’t find any info on there exact taxa.

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