Name: Camarophyllus cremicolor (Murrill) Murrill
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Status: Deprecated

Name: Camarophyllus cremicolor

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Author: (Murrill) Murrill

Citation: N. Amer. Fl. (New York) 9(6): 389 (1916)

Preferred Synonyms:Cuphophyllus cremicolor nom. prov.

Deprecated Synonyms: Hygrophorus cremicolor (Murrill) Murrill, Hydrocybe cremicolor Murrill, Hygrocybe cremicolor

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Collected by : W.A. Murrill
Collectors number : 568
Collection date : oct 1911
Country (state) :
Washington

Location details : Seattle
Status : Type
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This species should be moved to Cuphophyllus. Erlon

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Hygrophorus cremicolor (Murr.) Murr.
Mycologia 4: 217. 1912
Hydrocybe cremicolor Murr., Mycologia 4: 209. 1912.
Camarophyllus cremicolor Murr., North Amer. Flora 9: 389. 1916.
Illustration:
Fig. 8a.

Pileus 1-3 em broad, obtuse with an incurved cottony margin, expanding
to broadly umbonate with a spreading margin, white to
creamy ochraceous or with a salmon tint, unpolished and whitish
faded, surface canescent, pallid but moist and hygrophanous. Context
cream color to near pale pinkish buff; odor none (or faintly fragrant in
Smith 54279), taste not distinctive.
Lamellae “maize yellow” or paler yellow, distant, narrow, decurrent,
edges even.

Stipe 5-7 em long, 8-12 mm thick at apex, narrowed downward or
nearly equal, more or less concolorous with pileus or basal portion
paler (pale yellow below in one immature carpophore), surface
glabrous and naked, no pruinosity above and no veil seen.

Spores 5-7 X 3.5-4.5 ~, broadly ellipsoid to subglobose, smooth,
hyaline in Melzer’s solution. Basidia 40-50 X 5-6 ~, 4-spored. Pleurocystidia
not seen. Gill trama of interwoven narrow hyphae, 1.~3 ~
broad. Cuticle a trichodermium, hyphae 2-5 ~ broad, more or less erect
to loosely tangled, some with cystidioid terminal elements, nongelatinous.
Hypodermium not differentiated. Pileus trama chiefly of
radial, subparallel hyphae, a few periclinally disposed. Clamp connections
present.

HABIT, HABITAT, AND DISTRIBUTION-On the ground in woods and
in a dried-up pool, Massachusetts, Michigan, Idaho, and Washington,
July-November. MATERIAL STUDIED-IDAHO: Smith 54279, 582.39. MASSACHUSETTS:
Bigelow 9130. MICHIGAN: Imshaug 4812; Smith 33115, 33151, 33159,
33163,41726,50254. WASHINGTON: Kauffman, Lake Quinault, Oct. 16,
1925; Murrill 568 (type, from Seattle, Oct. 20 to Nov. 1, 1911).

OBSERVATIONs-Notes on the type: Spores 5.5-7 (8) X 3.5-4.5 tt,
ellipsOid, smooth, pale yellow in Melzer’s reagent. Basidia 34-46 X
4-6 tt, 4-spored. Pleurocystidia and cheilocystidia none. Gill trama
interwoven. Cuticle of loosely tangled non-gelatinous hyphae. Clamp
connections present on the cuticular hyphae. The species is very close
to H. pratensis but differs in color. http://www.mykoweb.com/...

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