Lista de Espécies: Conocybe siennophylla (98)
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Ecology: Saprobic; growing alone, scattered, or gregariously in woods or in grassy areas; often found in disturbed ground; summer; North American distribution undocumented (originally described from Ceylon; fairly common in Europe).
Cap: .5-2.5 cm; conical to bell-shaped when young, becoming broadly bell-shaped or convex; dry; finely lined when young; brownish yellow to brownish orange, fading markedly to dull yellowish.
Gills: Attached to the stem or nearly free from it; close or crowded; pale yellowish at first but soon cinnamon brown or pinkish brown.
Stem: 4-8 cm long; 1-2 mm thick; extremely fragile; becoming hollow; more or less equal; whitish at first, becoming brownish from the base up; smooth or finely powdery.
Odor and Taste: Not distinctive.
Spore Print: Cinnamon brown or reddish brown.
Chemical Reactions: KOH on cap surface dull red.
Microscopic Features: Spores 8-12 × 4.5-6.5 µ; elliptical, with a slightly truncated end; smooth; with a small pore. Pleurocystidia absent. Cheilocystidia shaped like bowling pins; to about 25 × 13 µ, with the head 2-5 µ across. Basidia 4-spored. Cuticle hymeniform/cellular. Caulocystidia variously shaped (cylindric, clavate, lageniform) but not lecythiform, interspersed with occasional hair-like cells.
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Created: 2009-07-02 07:11:48 EDT (-0400)