Observation 80766: Alboleptonia ochracea Largent & R.G. Benedict
When: 2011-10-22
Herbarium specimen reported
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Notes:
Original Herbarium Label: Alboleptonia ochracea Largent & R.G. Benedict
Herbarium Specimen: UBC F27524

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Re: What makes it ochraceous?
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2011-10-26 14:52:31 EDT (-0400)

Old age or bruising.

See p. 356 in Largent, D.L. 1994. Entolomoid fungi of the western United States and Alaska. Mad River Press, Eureka, CA:

“… pileus and stipe becoming ochraceous (light orange to orange) with age or bruising …”

Oluna’s identification was based on microscopic characters, i.e. the size of spores (10-11 × 7-8 µm), presence and shape of cheilocystidia, absence of pleurocystidia. Check Ian Gibson’s MatchMaker for distinguishing this taxon from similar species. – Adolf

nice Oluna!
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2011-10-26 09:39:57 EDT (-0400)

what makes this ochracea?

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