Observation 63043: Psathyrella longipes group
When: 2011-02-02
Who: Byrain
Herbarium specimen reported
0 Sequences

Notes:
Growing in grass next to a fallen oak log, the spore print was dark brown and I am saving it along with the specimen for when microscopy can be done.

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Recognized by sight: Brittle cap and stem, white stem, dark gills, dark spore color.
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Why not P. fragilissima?
By: Byrain
2012-02-27 15:17:31 JST (+0900)

Compare with observation 87767, or how about another one of the species in subgenus Candolleana section Fragilissimae assuming there is no pleurocystidia and “Spores (9-)10-12 μ or more long”?

I don’t think there is enough information in this observation yet to say this is P. longipes.

Edit: One way you might possibly distinguish the two macroscopically is the pileus texture, P. fragilissima will have “at first covered
by snow-white evanescent floccose-fibrillose superficial scales, soon glabrous” and P. longipes, “fibrillose becoming glabrous”. As for other species in the group, I’m not sure yet.

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