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I keep saying that for years now …
applying american names on european mushrooms is a nuisance.
Like Hygrocybe acutoconica (which we probably don’t have in Europe either),
Hydnum albidum, which we think we know, but americans don’t, etc..
for this is what my find is. It is known from this location for ten years now. There are just a few others all around there in the Nationalpark Neusiedler See the only steppe lake in Central Europe. It grows together with Peziza ammophila.
I just checked the data base of Austrian fungi and it has been referred back to conicoides so I will use this name again. The only other observation of foliirubens here on M.O. is from Dimitri and I applied the same name to it. Will check now if this is the true foliirubens or also conicoides.
It is really a nuisance nowadays with all that name changing within even hours :)
And there is no end of it in the near future.
is a very very tiny species. 10-15 mm broad caps and slender stipes, 1-1.5 mm thick.
This looks much larger, and the habitat seems to be the right kind for conicoides. Did you check the spores?
Same location, same date: Obs 20192,20193..
H. foliirubens is the most recent name for H. conicoides. I also would prefer H. conicoides over foliirubens though.
Created: 2012-03-19 07:55:43 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2012-03-19 08:30:27 PDT (-0700)
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