Observation 75823: Tricholomataceae R. Heim ex Pouzar
When: 2011-08-26
Who: Byrain
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Growing from buried wood along the side of a forested trail.

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Yea
By: Byrain
2011-12-14 06:20:01 CST (+0800)

I would of liked to have seen these scoped too, sadly they rotted first. I’ll make a bigger effort if I see them again.

Byrain
By: walt sturgeon (Mycowalt)
2011-12-14 05:47:53 CST (+0800)

Could be is not exactly a confident ID call. But my reasons; On wood, yellow attached gills,specimens are weathered but enlarging the photos shows scurfy cap. I am a field guy but scoping this might have helped. T. rutilans has enormous cheilocystidia.

Mycowalt
By: Byrain
2011-12-14 05:35:06 CST (+0800)

Why do you think this is Tricholomopsis rutilans? Looking at other pictures on MO would make me think that is a completely different species.

Size
By: Byrain
2011-09-10 02:15:00 CST (+0800)

The larger specimens had a cap diameter of maybe 5-7 cm.

how big were these?
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2011-09-10 01:21:06 CST (+0800)
Definitely could be something in that genus
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2011-09-09 22:49:19 CST (+0800)

Looks like these:

http://tinyurl.com/44o937o

Looks
By: Drew Parker (mycotrope)
2011-09-09 12:52:49 CST (+0800)

remarkably like Chrysomphalina chrysophylla, however… it’s just south of the 20th parallel.

Wow that’s cool
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2011-09-09 10:24:59 CST (+0800)

It’s kind of like Hygroaster… but thinner gills.

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