Observation 64643: Glutinoglossum glutinosum (Pers.) Hustad, A.N. Mill, Dentinger & P.F. Cannon
When: 2011-03-22
(37.809° -122.143° )
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Under the one large douglas fir tree on the right side of the trail. Sporocarp covered in white microscopic hairs.

Spores 86 – 92 × 5.5 – 7 micrometers, with 8 segments.

86.0 × 6.7
87.0 × 7.1
88.0 × 6.6
91.9 × 5.5

Images

138160
138161
138162
100x
138163
100x
138164
Immature asci 400x
138165
Paraphyses 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
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Paraphyses 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
138167
Sporocarp 1000x
138168
Immature asci 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
138169
Paraphyses 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
138170
Paraphyses 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
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Spore 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
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Spore 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
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Spore 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
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Spores 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
138175
Spore 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
138196
Sporocarp surface 100x, with epi-illumination

Proposed Names

38% (6)
Used references: Seaver, F. J. 1951. The North American Cup-Fungi (Inoperculates). J. Cramer, New York, NY. 428p.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus

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By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2011-03-23 23:27:47 CET (+0100)

T. hirsutum has 16 segments in the spore and these have 8. Also these are slightly shorter and a bit wider than the spores in that species.

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