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Lechner, B.E.; Wright, J.E.; Albertó, E. 2004. The genus Pleurotus in Argentina. 96(4):845-858
The basidiocarps of this variety are pinkish or salmon-pink when young, discoloring to pale pink, whitish to yellowish with age. Distinction of var. djamor from var. roseus probably has been confused often.
Pleurotus djamor var. roseus Corner
Beih. Nova Hedw. 69, p. 123. 1981.
Pileus 16-50 × 10-25 mm, spathulate to flabelliform (figs. 6A, 11F), pinkish when fresh, whitish or yellowish upon aging, clear brown when dry. Surface smooth, glabrous. Context 1-6 mm thick, less than 1 mm when dry. Lamellae decurrent, close to crowded, whitish, smooth, margin entire. Stipe 3-7 mm long x 3-6 mm diam, whitish when fresh, cream when dry, eccentric, almost lateral. Surface irregular. Spore print white.
Spores (6.7-)8.3-8.5(-9.9) x 2.60-3.64 µm Q = 2.8, cylindrical-oblong, hyaline, smooth, neither dextrinoid nor amyloid, thin-walled (fig. 6B). Basidia club-shaped 26-28 × 5-6 µm, 4-spored. Numerous basidioles or pleurocystidia. Cheilocystidia 23-32 × 6-8 µm, lageniform to mucronate (fig. 6C). Hymenophoral trama completely irregular, dimitic, with clamped hyphae 3.6-5 µm diam and skeletals 3-6 µm diam, unbranched (fig. 6D). Subhymenium 16-20 µm thick, well developed, formed by irregularly shaped cells (fig. 6D). Pileipellis with repent hyphae densely arranged toward the surface. Context dimitic, with skeletal, sharp-ended, 670-800 µm long hyphae, 2.6-5.8 µm diam, and thin-walled hyphae, generative, 3.6-6.2 µm diam (fig. 6E). Context of stem formed by generative hyphae 2-4 µm diam and skeletals 2.6-4 µm (fig. 6F).
Geographic distribution. – Northeastern Argentina.