When: 2005-05-06

Collection location: Munich, Bavaria, Germany [Click for map]

Who: Andreas Gminder (mollisia)

Specimen available

Notes:
The collection (2 fruitbodies only) was confirmed by Prof. Besl (macroscopically). The find is described in the journal Mycologia Bavarica 9, 2006.

[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:02:46 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘München, Bayern, Deutschland’ to ‘Munich, Bavaria, Germany’

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Images

the same fruitbodies a little bit dried up, showing the blueing on cap and gills when touched
spores in water
spores in Melzers, showing strong dextrinoidity, a rough marbled ornamentation and an obviouse plage
Cheilocystidia in water mount. Some had a gelified “cap” at the apex. Pleurocystidia similar in shape and size, sparse, always without gelified cap.
drawing showing some spores and some cheilocystidia, one of them with mucilagous covering (here and there, but rarely observed)

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Hi.. I found Blue galerinas in Bogota Colombia…
By: Robert Gordon Wasson (R. Gordon Wasson)
2019-07-18 14:48:27 EDT (-0400)

Could they be Galerina steglichii?

https://mushroomobserver.org/365648?q=s2Fv

https://mushroomobserver.org/365218?q=s2Fv

I had eat this mushrooms more than once… They are 100 percent edible… Thanks for your attention… My friends I was singing joyfully… Very gentle mushroom with your stomach… I eat them every time I find them :P

a bluing Galerina!
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2016-07-13 11:41:59 EDT (-0400)

that should make the entheo-mycophagic blue-stainer tribe shudder a bit!

lovely documentation, Andreas.

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