Observation 46202: Entoloma Fr. ex P. Kumm.
When: 2010-06-01
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Sporocarp slightly umbonate, sheen of raw silk, fine lighter reddish-brown striations near edge of cap, overall dark brown with red highlights, 2.5 inches wide; STIPE: 5 inches long, white mycelium at base suggesting Laccaria, stem hollow, stipe with white streaks, slightly twisting; base with white mycelium, grass and some moss adherring; GILLS: atlernate, deeply adnate, deep, white edged. I’d guess Laccaria, but unlike most Laccaria I’ve seen before.

[admin – Sat Aug 14 01:59:45 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Creswell, Lane County, Oregon’ to ‘Creswell, Oregon, USA

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Recognized by sight: Stipe, gills, cap.
77% (1)
Recognized by sight: pink spores and lamellae, tomentum on stipe.

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Entoloma (in the wide, European) sense
By: else
2010-06-02 19:44:07 EDT (-0400)

i can’t get rid of the hirtipes in the name

definition of Agaricaceae
By: else
2010-06-02 19:24:59 EDT (-0400)

Agaricaceae: the family to which Lepiota and Agaricus belong (plus a truck load of other species, Lycoperdon e.g.)

Didn’t get a spore print
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2010-06-02 19:09:28 EDT (-0400)

so not certain. Nolanea was something I was considering too.

Salmon spores?
By: walt sturgeon (Mycowalt)
2010-06-02 19:03:00 EDT (-0400)

Entoloma, Nolanea would be good genera to check.

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