Observation 44835: Marasmius Fr.
When: 2010-03-18
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Stem about 5cm and cap about 3cm. Cap and stem by dry. Gills close . Substrate forest floor litter.


Copyright © 2010 Ian Dodd Kundabung NSW Australia
Copyright © 2010 Ian Dodd Kundabung NSW Australia

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83% (3)
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At a loss . . .
By: Roy Halling (royh)
2010-10-18 20:08:01 BRST (-0200)

Ian: I can’t get any closer to an ID (based on the image) than I already have. Sorry.

Naming decision

I am at a bit of a loss here. What is the desired (prefered) naming in the consensus. kk

I’ll post an old
By: Roy Halling (royh)
2010-10-18 18:34:28 BRST (-0200)

observation that shows the mycelium in a bit.

lack of white basal tomentum
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2010-10-18 18:23:38 BRST (-0200)

was my original cause for speculation. no photo at http://mushroomobserver.org/35255 shows any either.

Two observations
By: Roy Halling (royh)
2010-10-18 12:07:16 BRST (-0200)

can be found on M.O. if one searches Marasmius elegans at the top of the page. It is one of the “Target Species” for Fungimap. The Marasmius shown by Ian in this observation could be that species.

From the Grgurinovic description
By: Noah Siegel (Noah)
2010-10-15 18:47:09 BRT (-0300)

Pileus “Tawny (XV) to more orange than Tawny, Cinnamon Rufous (XIV), or near Orange Buff (III), drying to near Burnt Sienna (II).
Russet (XV), Tawny (XV), Cinnamon Rufous (XIV) or Pale Orange Yellow (III) below, whitish above.”

Marasmius elegans update vote.

Intended to update from Marasmius sp. to Marasmius elegans but, system ignored the update for some reason. (unless, Marasmius sp. is the accepted new name?)

By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2010-10-15 15:30:50 BRT (-0300)

Marasmius elegans, commonly known as the Velvet Parachute, is a species of fungus in the Marasmiaceae family of mushrooms. It has a reddish-brown cap, and a whitish stem with white hairs at the base. It can be found in eucalypt forests in Australia.

-Bougher NL, Syme K. (1998). Fungi of southern Australia. University of Western Australia. p. 202. ISBN 978-1875560806.


I did take a shot of the little red one! I havent loaded it yet. Not sure how good the resolution was. Chow, kk

The little red one
By: Roy Halling (royh)
2010-04-28 15:05:14 BRT (-0300)

looks like it might be Mycena viscidocruenta

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