Observation 49875: Hohenbuehelia Schulzer
When: 2010-06-14
No herbarium specimen

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Recognized by sight
57% (1)
Recognized by sight: Smooth gills, oyster-like
Used references: Else Vellinga
Based on microscopic features: Ok there aren’t really any microscopic features visible in these photos.
Based on chemical features: Mushroom reflects most light that strikes it, causing it to be white

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too late..
By: Alok Mahendroo (alok)
2010-08-09 14:36:25 COT (-0500)

will have to add that as next years prospect because I passed that out from the month of may… something I am learning.. it never ending.. and fun…

Hohenbuehelia perhaps?
By: else
2010-08-09 13:04:02 COT (-0500)

Lentinellus species are not white in general and have a serrated lamella edge – this specimen looks much more like a Hohenbuehelia – cut it through lengthwise and look for a gelatinous layer in the pilepellis. Microscopically they are ease because of the thick-walled cystidia all over.

Created: 2010-08-08 12:03:02 COT (-0500)
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