Observation 96774: Cyclocybe cylindracea (DC.) Vizzini & Angelini
When: 2012-05-25
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Found in wood chips, on the parkway.

(I’m going to start using “I’d call it that”, just because that’s what everyone else does, but I guess I still don’t understand fully how it is supposed to be used…)

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Recognized by sight: not sure if it should be named cylindracea, cylindrica or aegerita (all names deprecated..?)

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A. cylindrica/cylindracea/aegerita
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2012-06-09 16:30:54 EDT (-0400)

compared to praecox, it’s typically larger and with a more durable ring; spores slightly more elongated and with a smaller germ pore, grows on deciduous wood (preferably Poplar) or wood chips; smell aromatic. Often cultivated, otherwise rare.

Hmm…
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2012-06-09 14:17:34 EDT (-0400)

What are the features here that seperate this from A. praecox? These were rather large and firm, some 6inchs in diameter.

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