Observation 60627: Hebeloma (Fr.) P. Kumm.
When: 2010-12-10
Who: Byrain
Herbarium specimen reported
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Found growing in large numbers under a planted tree from muddy dirt with moss and possibly wood fragments mixed in. The spore print was rusty brown and the extremely mild scent is farinaceous and I want to say its almost cucumber-like.

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Herbarium specimen
By: Byrain
2010-12-12 17:18:28 EST (-0500)

If anyone is interested in doing some microscopy on this observation, I have some spore prints and dried specimens available.

Viscidness of the “mesophaeum” group?
By: Byrain
2010-12-12 14:34:00 EST (-0500)

Will the “mesophaeum” group always have a viscid cap when wet? As these didn’t (Not even the pins), but I do see your point in difficulty identifying Hebeloma species. Thanks for the input.

Looks like
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2010-12-12 05:03:10 EST (-0500)

another member of the “mesophaeum” group.

This might illustrate the problems to identify them (rarely illustrated to make the descriptions possible to interprete):

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