Observation 75632: Hebeloma (Fr.) P. Kumm.

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Recognized by sight: Aspropaxillus septentrionalis is supposed to have a 20-60mm diameter stipe apex. These are way too small for that. I don’t know whether they’re Leucopaxillus or Hebeloma.
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Our collections from Observatory Hill 2008 are in the UBC herbarium
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2017-07-04 17:04:23 JST (+0900)

and you can check it there. Mind you, Prof. Henry Beker has two sets of the UBC Hebeloma on loan and you should wait for what “names” he will come with. Adolf

Hebeloma species
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2017-07-04 12:13:42 JST (+0900)

O&A, do you have names for the 4 candidate spp from that day?

It is Hebeloma, but which one?
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2017-07-04 03:27:19 JST (+0900)

It was my fault and my mix-up. The UBC herbarium has six our Hebeloma collections from that day from Observatory Hill and Oluna identified them as 4 different species. Oluna has a drawing of one of them, tentatively the same fruiting bodies as those in this MO observation. Quite a few Hebeloma UBC collections are with Prof. Henry Beker now, and we will ask him if he would be able to match this MO observation with the supporting herbarium material. I cannot find more photos from that day so I cannot check for photos of whatever you want septentrionalis that I thought I was posting on MO. Thanks for correcting me! Adolf

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