Observation 76112: Pouzarella Mazzer
When: 2011-09-12
No herbarium specimen

Notes: In beech, oak, maple, & poplar woods growing from soil. Caps up to about 1.5 inches wide.

Proposed Names

ham
2% (2)
Eye3
Recognized by sight
30% (2)
Eye3 Eyes3
Recognized by sight: The type of scales on the cap are wrong for Taqs…, color is wrong for Taqs, white-marginate gills are wrong for Taqs…

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus

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Okay, thanks Christian.
By: Hamilton (ham)
2011-09-13 11:12:38 EDT (-0400)
Yeah
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2011-09-13 11:01:35 EDT (-0400)

pinkish to salmon, to pinkish-tan, but not dull brown or yellowish brown like an Inocybe

okay -
By: Hamilton (ham)
2011-09-13 09:58:58 EDT (-0400)

Uh, what color spore deposit would a Pouzarella drop? Sorry if that seems like a dumb question, but I can’t find any info on that thus far. Would it be pink or salmon colored? Thanks.

For comparison, see here.
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2011-09-12 16:21:00 EDT (-0400)

http://mushroomobserver.org/76191?q=6wXX

The medium-sized stipe ornamentation (stronger than most Inocybe, weaker than I. tahquamenonensis) and dark colors were the reasons I voted against Inocybe sp.. I don’t think many others than I. tahquamenonensis have those characters, and I don’t think it’s that one for the reasons above.

Probably the same or in the group with this guy:
http://mushroomobserver.org/image/show_image/110818?obs=55053&q=6wi0

Fairly smooth stipes-
By: Hamilton (ham)
2011-09-12 12:49:27 EDT (-0400)

and they were still pretty young.

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