Notes: Growing in a mossy area in a mixed forest (Doug fir, hemlock, maple, …), on rotting wood. Spores 9-10 × 6-7 microns. The inside photo was taken with the mushroom placed on a 1cm lattice.
ID’d using Matchmaker.
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i found it again right after I asked…lol
do you have the free download version of matchmaker…I had it then lost my hard drive, now I cant find it on MykoWeb anymore
The short, pyriform cystidia indicate that this is Inocybe ovatocystis.
In my books it is a synonym to Inocybe lanuginosa s.str., others have kept it as Inocybe lanuginosa var. ovatocystis. I don’t know how to deal with it..
Created: 2011-08-05 01:13:03 COT (-0500)
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