Observation 3736: Nolanea (Fr.) P. Kumm.

When: 2007-07-02

Collection location: Bridle Trails State Park, King Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]

Who: Luke Bayler (Matango)

Specimen available

on litter near spruce and cedar

pileus: 28 mm wide, 5 mm tall; convex with a subtle umbo of about 8 mm wide; light olive green; margin edge is entire; surface is dull, dry, and smooth; hygrophanous, fading to a lighter olive green; slightly cracked

trama: 2 mm thick, thinning towards the margin; raphanoid odor and taste

lamellae: 12 mm long by 5 mm high; attached and slightly uncinate; light buff brown; smooth edges; lamellulae in threes or fives;

stipe: 65 mm long, apex 5 mm thick, base above the bulb is 6 mm thick; tapered towards base; base is slightly bulbous, the bulb is about 9 mm thick; whitish; fleshy-fibrous and solid; top tenth is pruinose; tufty basal tomentum

isodiametric spores
with clamp connections

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