Observation 9220: Tapinella panuoides (Batsch) E.-J. Gilbert
When: 2008-08-09
No herbarium specimen

Notes: I have no idea what these are. On wood, sessile (no stipe), cap off-white, not quite fibrous. Gills are orange, and branching, with white spores.

Kinda weird…

Proposed Names

8% (3)
Eye3
Recognized by sight: No idea…
-81% (4)
Recognized by sight: Orange gills the give-away; remnants of brown cap fibrils on photo 17256.
16% (9)
Recognized by sight: Looks like they use to when they have dried out. The awful smell isn’t always there.
14% (5)
Eye3
Recognized by sight: Orange splitting gills, off-white to yellow cap, on rotting wood without stipe, found in northeastern North America.
-22% (3)
Recognized by sight: MO data bank lists several varieties.
-2% (2)
Recognized by sight

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Not like the others…
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2012-01-16 17:03:03 EST (-0500)

This observation seems very different from the other ones labelled as Pseudomerulius curtisii or Tapinella corrugata. Specifically the hymenophore looks much more like regular lamellae in this observation than in any of the others.

P. nidulans makes sense.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2008-08-18 12:04:06 EDT (-0400)

Amusingly, I confused C. crocophyllus w/nidulans back East; it’s those darn orange gills! Missed the reference to branching gills, and I am used to seeing these guys in their fabulously furry and stinky forms.

Not Crepidotus
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2008-08-15 13:44:28 EDT (-0400)

It doesn’t have brown spores, and the gills are branching, like in a Hygrophoropsis. This is like a Paxillus/Hygrophoropsis type of ’shroom. Not a Crepidotus.

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