Name: Inocybe calamistrata (Fr.) Gillet
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Name: Inocybe calamistrata

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Author: (Fr.) Gillet

Citation: Les Hyménomycètes ou Description de tous les Champignons qui Croissent en France 1: 513 (1876)

Preferred Synonyms:Inosperma calamistratum (Fr.) Matheny & Esteve-Rav.

Deprecated Synonyms: Inocybe calamistrata var. calamistrata

Misspellings: Inocybe calismistrata

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The key features are:

1) Ultra-scaly pileus (most scales perked up)
2) Strong, permeating, nauseating odor
3) Greenish discoloration at the base of stipe

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Pileus 10-38 mm,campanulato-convex to convex, not or only indistinctly umbonate, margin inflexed when young, brown to isabella-brown, but somewhat darker around centre, recurvately scaly around centre, outwards more subsquarrosc to even coarsely squamulose; velipellis not observed. Lamellae, L =30-45, 1=1- 3, to 6 mm broad, not or hardly ventricose, rather broadly adnate, cinnamon-brown to brown, finally even with an olivaeeous tinge; edge fimbriate to Ilocculose. white. Stipe 25-92 × 2-6 mm, equal or attenuated ncar base, solid, then becoming somewhat fistulose, pale brown at apex, brown half-way, discolouring in lower half to greenish blue or dark greyish green, sometimes even olivaceous blaek at base, coarsely squamulose to indistinctly squarrose in lowf r half, at apex minutely pruinose- subflocculose. Context whitish in pileus and apex ofstipe. on exposure soon discolouring to pinkish or pale vinaccous, bluish green in lower pah of stipc. Smell faint, acidulous a sweetish component, PeJargol1;’um-like or reminding of I. bongonlii var. bongardii, sometimes disagreeable, somewhat fishy. Taste indistinct.

Spores (9.5-)10.0-13.5(-14.0) x 5.0-6.0{-6.5) pm, on average 10.5-12.3 × 5.3-5.9 j.lffi, Q =(1.7-) 1.8-2.6, Q =1.8-2.3, smooth, subphaseoliform. Pleurocystidia absent. Chcilocystidia 30-54(-55) x (7-)8-11(-13) pm, (broadly) cylindrical, thin-walled, sometimes with brown contents. Basidia 30-41 × 8-10 #-1m, 4-spored. Caulocystidia only present al (extreme) apex of stipe, similar to chcilocystidia.

HABITAT & DISTRIBUTION. – In moist forests on rather nutrient-poor soil; associated with Salix, Alnus. Pinus, and Picea. Widespread in Europe, also occurring in North America, India and Japan. Uncommon in the Netherlands. June-Sept.

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By: Joseph D. Cohen (Joe Cohen)
2019-12-24 16:45:45 CST (-0500)

P. Brandon Matheny, Alicia M. Hobbs & Fernando Esteve-Raventós (2019): Genera of Inocybaceae: New skin for the old ceremony, Mycologia, DOI: 10.1080/00275514.2019.1668906

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