Observation 55625: Hypholoma fasciculare (Huds.) P. Kumm.
When: 2010-10-09
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: 10-9-10

Habitat:
North Carolina, USA
Found in groups of cespitose clusters, on and around pine stump, in mixed woods.

Pileus:
1-1.5cm broad, convex, smooth, yellow with red-ish/orange-ish areas, margin incurved.
Flesh, yellow to creamy.
(Many seemed to begin to dry up before maturity)

Lamellae:
Adnate to slightly decurrent, crowded or close, yellow to creamy
Cobweb-like partial veil covering lamellae of immature specimens.

Stipe:
4.5cm long, .1-.2cm wide, creamy yellow, hollow, smooth, superior partial veil remnants brown or black.
Some bruising red-ish/orange-ish where growing against another

Spore print color:
Purple-brown or dark brown

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