Status: Deprecated (Misspelt)
Name: Hygrophorus roseibrunneus
Citation: N. Amer. Fl. (New York) 9(6): 394 (1916)
Correct Spelling: Hygrophorus roseobrunneus Murrill
Preferred Synonyms:Hygrophorus roseobrunneus Murrill
Correct name is “Hygrophorus roseobrunneus Murrill” according to Index Fungorum.
Pileus: 2–9 cm wide, convex to plane often with a broad umbo; margin incurved at first,becoming uplifted in age; viscid when wet but soon dry, dark pinkish brown to pinkish cinnamon, paler with rosy pink tints toward the margin
at maturity,flesh thick
Stipe: 3–12 cm long,equal or tapered downward often curved, dry, pruinose to scurfy, on the upper half, white
Gills: adnate or slightly decurrent,close to crowded, white to cream colored.
Type collected under an oak tree at Jasper Ridge, near Stanford University, California, January 11, 1912, James McMurphy 135 (herb. N. Y. Bot. Gard.).
Habitat: Under oak trees.