Observation 60755: Psathyrella longipes group
When: 2010-12-12
Herbarium specimen reported

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32% (4)
Recognized by sight: extremely fragile, dark spores.
23% (3)
Recognized by sight: looks like them at least.
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By: Europe-coprinologist
2012-12-23 06:02:55 CET (+0100)

The gross appearance is Coprinopsis marcescibilis.

P. longipes
By: Byrain
2012-12-21 02:48:01 CET (+0100)

has a fibrillose pileus that becomes glabrous with time, even on the young specimens I don’t see this feature. A similar species is Coprinopsis marcescibilis (Descriptions can be found under the name Psathyrella fragilissima in the Smith book) which doesn’t have a fibrillose pileus at any stage. I think Arora may mention this species in MD under the name P. elwhaensis under the P. longipes description which is a similarly described species that I think some sources consider a C.marcescibilis synonym, but I don’t have details on that.

Microscopy could go a long way I think (Spores and cystidia mostly).
For comparison, see obs 87767 & 88247.

big fruiting
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2010-12-14 04:51:12 CET (+0100)

under redwood, along a roadside.

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