Observation 48998: Tricholoma (Fr.) Staude
When: 2007-09-14
No herbarium specimen

Notes: I have never been able to nail down this trich, it may be Tricholoma quercetorum Y.L. nom. prov. It also seems close to Tricholoma cheilolaminum.

It’s a oak or beech associate, staining pink, esp at the stipe base. Cap starts off brown and then it fades to yellow, sometimes becoming pinkish-white on really old caps, at times it will keep a darker umbo.

It can get quite large, 10-15cm across. No odor, slightly disagreeable taste.

[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:00:42 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Gilson Pond, Jaffrey, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, USA’ to ‘Gilson Pond, Jaffrey, New Hampshire, USA

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synonymy
By: Drew Parker (mycotrope)
2011-10-14 04:54:59 BST (+0100)

T. cheilolaminum is a synonym of T. davisiae. This doesn’t look quite like the sejunctum I know. I’m not familiar with T. quercetorum.

It looks like Tricholoma quercetorum Y.L. nom prov
By: Renée Lebeuf (Renée Lebeuf)
2011-10-14 02:53:42 BST (+0100)

I know several locations of this Trich, but the specimens that I find have strong farinaceous smell and taste.

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By: Noah Siegel (Noah)
2010-07-26 02:20:54 BST (+0100)

It’s probably close although this on is a lot larger then what we call T. sejunctum, isn’t really virgate and the staining on this is more like T. davisiae

Is it possible
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2010-07-24 19:20:56 BST (+0100)

that this could be Tricholoma sejunctum? At least it’s looking like a close relative.

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