Observation 67949: Gliophorus Herink
When: 2011-05-19
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Large clusters found in one area only. Stems very very sticky and fungi to height of about1.5cm to 2cm. Fragile . No aroma. Found growing on the steep side of a ravine in wet and semi shaded area. Not found before.!! (new to my collection).

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Revisited site where original specimens were found. This specimen had a slighly greener area towar ds the base of the stem. As said previously these stems are truly VERY Sticky.There was on this occasion only one specimen found. They Fungi seem to grow in groups at the base of the stem in the maj...
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Good to hear
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2012-09-06 04:58:01 CDT (-0500)

your mention of stickiness speaks well to that genus. It would be viscid to glutinous when wet/fresh. these were likely dry. I expect your new observation will shed some valuable light.

Danny

I returned to this spot again just recently and was able to locate one specimen that is the same as the earlier loaded images. I will try and load it tonight or tomorrow. I agree with Gliophorus till it is disputed. Many thanks for all your hard work and assistance. Chow, kk

Created: 2011-05-23 05:51:21 CDT (-0500)
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