Observation 81510: Coprinellus truncorum (Scop.) Redhead, Vilgalys & Moncalvo
When: 2011-11-05
Who: zaca
No herbarium specimen

Proposed Names

43% (4)
Recognized by sight
-42% (3)
Recognized by sight: Fresh caps in bottom photo resemble micaceous.
58% (3)
Eye3 Eyes3
Based on microscopic features: No caulocystidia, spore shape fits well, the size within truncorum (although at the upper limit)

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OK! but not satisfactory.
By: zaca
2011-11-07 14:11:25 EST (-0500)
By: Europe-coprinologist
2011-11-07 14:05:11 EST (-0500)

Also in the options there are three criteria that are equally accurate.

Family: Psathyrellaceae. right. genre: Coprinellus sp. right. Species: Coprinellus truncorum. Right. The three options are equally valid.
By: Europe-coprinologist
2011-11-07 14:02:15 EST (-0500)

Hello Zaca.

My opinion was before seeing the spores. After seeing the spores I can say something more precise.
Dear E-C,
By: zaca
2011-11-07 09:44:33 EST (-0500)

Then your vote is not accordingly with the words …
Thanks, for your opinion.

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By: Europe-coprinologist
2011-11-07 09:35:51 EST (-0500)

These spores are very typical of the species and give it its name. It is certainly Coprinellus truncorum.

Data from microscopy added.
By: zaca
2011-11-07 06:31:02 EST (-0500)

Due to deliquescence was difficult to make a preparation. I didn’t observe any caulocystidia. The spores have a peculiar shape, being truncated on one of the ends. I got the following average dimensions:
Me = 9.5 × 6.6 µm ; Qe = 1.4 (N=45).

If
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2011-11-06 05:23:36 EST (-0500)

caulocystidia are lacking, this might be Coprinellus truncorum.

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