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Rich brown color
By: walt sturgeon (Mycowalt)
2014-05-20 04:43:18 WIB (+0700)

not yellowish brown and stark contrast to the white stipe = D. brunnea.

I have no way of looking at the spores
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2014-05-20 04:26:58 WIB (+0700)

So I have to go with visual clues.

This spring I have found…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2014-05-19 19:55:55 WIB (+0700)

examples of korfii that exhibit the saddle shape like brunnea, and I have found examples of brunnea that exhibit the more random sort of shape expected with korfii. Seems to me like separating these two species can be tricky.

For this obs I think the “pinched seams” along the cap surfaces point toward brunnea.

Spores from the two different species exhibit different ornamentation. Brunnea spores, when mature, show 2-5 small projections arranged around the perimeter of the profile. Korfii spores show two large knoblike projections (apiculi), one at each end of a spore.

I believe G.korfii is not lobed
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2014-05-19 08:01:56 WIB (+0700)

The one in question here has very prominent lobes – you can see on photos the seam where lobes come together.

still having trouble finding the difference with G korfii
By: Jonathan M
2014-05-19 07:52:50 WIB (+0700)
still having trouble finding the difference with G korfii
By: Jonathan M
2014-05-19 07:52:48 WIB (+0700)
still having trouble finding the difference with G korfii
By: Jonathan M
2014-05-19 07:52:46 WIB (+0700)

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