Notes:
Accepted_ID/Name: Entoloma sp.
Original_Herbarium_Label: Entoloma cephalotrichum (P.D. Orton) Noordel.
Syn.: Leptonia cephalotricha P.D. Orton, Alboleptonia cephalotricha (P.D. Orton) P.D. Orton

Annotation(s): Paul Kümmer (2021-04-01): Looks kind of similar to Entoloma ravinense.
https://www.jstor.org/stable/44464892

Chiel Noordeloos (2021-04-02): I think this is rather a species close to E jahnii (subg Claudopus).
Other: https://www.scribd.com/...

Species Lists

Images

ENTOLOMA CEPHALOTRICHUM.jpg
IMG_8458 (3)a.jpg
Cap about 1 mm in diameter, stipe less than 1 mm, gills pink from ripening spores
IMG_8461 (3)a.jpg
Growing on detritus accumulated on decaying branch
IMG_8438.JPG
White mycelia strands on the surface of the substrate
IMG_8436.JPG
IMG_8430a.jpg
IMG_8466 (3)a.jpg
IMG_8470a.jpg
IMG_8455a.jpg
The stick is about 2.5 cm in diameter
IMG_8872.JPG
Base of the stipe with mycelium strands
IMG_8864.JPG
Base of the stipe with mycelium strands
IMG_8767a.jpg
Margin of the cap with hyphal ends; those are 10-12 µm wide and capitate hyphal ends 25-30 × 7 × 3-4 µm
IMG_8746a.jpg
Cap margin with hyphal ends
IMG_8739a.jpg
Cap margin with hyphal ends
IMG_8808a.jpg
Cap margin with hyphal ends
IMG_8769a.jpg
Capitate hairs on the stipe base; 40-65 × 2 µm, head 3-4 µm
IMG_8774a.jpg
Capitate hairs on the stipe base
IMG_8789a.jpg
Capitate hair at the base of the stipe; few clamps were observed at the stipe base hyphae
IMG_8859a.jpg
Capitate hair on the stipe base
IMG_8749a.jpg
Spores 10-12 × 7-7.5(-8) µm
IMG_8755a.jpg
Spores 10-12 × 7-7.5(-8) µm
IMG_8810a.jpg
Spores 10-12 × 7-7.5(-8) µm
IMG_8897a.jpg
Spores 10-12 × 7-7.5(-8) µm

Proposed Names

Please login to propose your own names and vote on existing names.

= Observer’s choice
= Current consensus

Comments

Add Comment
No one has commented yet.