Observation 31985: Inocybe manukanea (E. Horak) Garrido
When: 2010-01-13
No herbarium specimen

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Proposed Names

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Used references: E. Horaks description and line drawing at the Landcareresearch site.
Based on microscopic features

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By: Michael W (Michael Wallace)
2010-01-14 04:35:46 PST (-0800)

I have tried to link to the landcareresearch site before but it didn’t work, you can do a google search, type in Landcareresearch Astrosporina manukanae if you are that interested.
What I find interesting is the fact that a little brown job can be quite uninteresting in macroscopic form but the microcharacters are quite distinct and in my opinion, interesting!

Sorry, just type in Landcareresearch Astrosporina, that will link you to all the species placed in that genus!

I’ve been waiting for that question,
By: Michael W (Michael Wallace)
2010-01-14 04:29:33 PST (-0800)

The only references I referred to were at the Landcareresearch site, it seems that in New Zealand the Inocybe species with nodulose spores are placed in the genus Astrosporina, I guess the best person to ask would be Egon Horak.

Astrosporina?
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2010-01-14 03:49:48 PST (-0800)

Do you have any notes on what makes an Astrosporina such, and not just an Inocybe?

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