Name: Coprinellus sect. Domestici (Singer) D.J. Schaf.
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Status: Accepted

Name: Coprinellus sect. Domestici

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Author: (Singer) D.J. Schaf.

Citation: Field Mycology 11(2): 51 (2010)

Synonym(s):Coprinellus P. Karst. sect. Coprinellus

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Basidiocarps medium-sized, somewhat fleshy, pale ochre to ochre; stipe 3-10 mm wide; veil covering entire pileus when young, breaking up of small, woolly flocks (in C. bipellis in patches), microscopically of chains of cylindrical, ellipsoid, broadly fusiform or (sub)globose, hyalin, thin-walled and in part thick-walled and yellow-brown cells; terminal cells distinct, cylindrical, ellipsoid, ovoid or fusiform; pileus subglobose to ovoid, only tardily expanding to campanulate (subsect. Domestici Sing.).


1. Spores ellipsoid, up to 16 µm long; germ pore eccentric C. flocculosus
1. Spores cylindric-ellipsoid, up to 12(-13) µm long; germ pore central.
2. Spore length up to 12(-13) µm long C. radians
2. Spore length less than 10(-11) µm.
3. Veil breaking up in patches (like in Amanita) C. bipellis
3. Veil breaking up in small, woolly flocks (up to 2 mm diam.).
4. Spore breadth up to 4.5 µm; pileus 25-40 × 20-30 mm before expanding; usually on and around truncs C. domesticus
4. Spore breadth 4.5-5.5 µm; pileus 20-30 × 15-20 mm before expanding; usually on dead branches C. xanthothrix


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By: Image Sharer (image sharer)
2019-02-12 21:28:03 CST (-0600)

Hi! Is there a basis for still attaching “ined.” here?

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