Observation 95199: Bolbitius reticulatus (Pers. :Fr.) Rick.
When: 2012-05-20
(35.5618° -84.2371° 256m)
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: In hollowed out stump of fallen hardwood tree. Cap very viscid.
Spore print: BROWN
Spores: darker and more brown than I expected for Pluteus.
Very strong pleasant odor, maybe could be described as floral or fruity.

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Recognized by sight
59% (4)
Recognized by sight
74% (3)
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Based on microscopic features: Spores eliptical with a germ pore

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Spore print
By: Christine Braaten (wintersbefore)
2012-05-22 04:03:33 EEST (+0300)

A heavier spore print revealed that it was more of a rust brown color. Thanks.

Pluteus doubtful
By: Drew Parker (mycotrope)
2012-05-21 22:57:07 EEST (+0300)

Viscid pileipellis, and spores have a small germ pore, both wrong for Pluteus but right for Bolbitius. Spore color statements seem a little contradictory.

Gills don’t look free from stipe
By: Arkansas Traveler (Arkansas Traveler )
2012-05-21 22:15:52 EEST (+0300)


I am not convinced the gills are free from the stipe – I know the gills appear to be pinkish – but was the spore print a dirt brown color?

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