Observation 84209: Gymnopilus oregonensis Murrill

When: 2011-12-06

Collection location: Lebanon, Linn Co., Oregon, USA [Click for map]

Who: maynardjameskeenan

Specimen available

Notes:
Some green tones noted when I the caps for a cross section.

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do you have a dried specimen and/or print for study?
By: maynardjameskeenan
2012-04-06 12:07:26 PDT (-0700)

I don’t think that I have them any more but I will check that spot periodically to see if they come up again. I really need a microscope :-(

i found those in VT
By: Modified Hypothesis (Modified Hypothesis )
2012-04-06 09:51:15 PDT (-0700)

or something really similar check out my post

specimen??
By: Richard Kneal (bloodworm)
2012-04-05 14:38:49 PDT (-0700)

do you have a dried specimen and/or print for study?

I don’t know either
By: maynardjameskeenan
2011-12-20 15:25:51 PST (-0800)

Yes the surface was glabrous but only on the older ones, the young ones had very short fibers on the cap and a lighter orange/yellow color. I would call it brick red, to me the cap didn’t look brown at all, darkening towards the apex. The margin was not concolorous with the cap, it was a lighter color more of a orange/red than a dark red. I did not notice a veil at all but the veils in this group are sometimes evanescent. As far as the green staining I think that it is more of a dirty green color of the flesh and not an “active” green staining. I wish I had a scope because oregonensis is easily disgusted by “warty” spore or so I have read. It is likely that this fits in the gymnopilus sapineus group, I did noticed that the stem turned a dark dirty brown where handled or injured.

i don’t know…
By: Richard Kneal (bloodworm)
2011-12-19 16:44:22 PST (-0800)

was the cap glabrous? brick red or dark red brown??
the margin is not concolorous with cap.
partial veil?
nothing i have seen on Gymnopilus oregonensis notes green staining.
i would definitely send out a sample for microscopy.

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