Observation 71511: Inocybe (Fr.) Fr.
When: 2011-07-13
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In lawn under oak.

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By: Hamilton (ham)
2011-07-13 23:05:25 CDT (-0400)

On lawns under oak trees. There were probably a hundred or so in that yard. Got to be in other yards there now I reckon.

I see by blowing up the image
By: Bill (boletebill)
2011-07-13 22:54:09 CDT (-0400)

that the cap is striate. I’m only familar with Porpoloma umbrosum, which we collect every year, which is usually gray with sinuate gills which tend to tear as the cap expands. Not that I believe this mushroom is Porpoloma, it just reminds me of porpoloma and it doesn’t ring any Inocybe bells with me. Not that Ican tell that many Inocyes apart either.Just a curious looking mushroom to me, collected not far from my house and I was looking for some feedback. Thanks for your comments Damon

By: damon brunette (damonbrunette)
2011-07-13 22:15:35 CDT (-0400)

porpoloma do not have striated caps like these do. If you look at the gills, the these are notched, not so in porpoloma, and from what I understand Porpoloma are mostly South American.

Just a guess Bill-
By: Hamilton (ham)
2011-07-13 20:57:38 CDT (-0400)

I went by the gill color and that they looked very much like an Inocybe to me. Never heard of Porpoloma, you think so? The caps were not much bigger than a penny and more yellow than they appear in the photo. Not much of an odor but I’ve got a sinus infection.

Curious about how you got to Inocybe
By: Bill (boletebill)
2011-07-13 20:48:22 CDT (-0400)

with this mushroom? What led you to Inocybe Scott? Sporeprint? Odor? Gill color? from what I see here I could have guessed Porpoloma as easily as Inocybe.

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