When: 2015-09-24

Collection location: Canitopia, Tahiti, French Polynesia, France [Click for map]

200m

Who: GALL Alain (GALLA-TAHITI)

No specimen available

Notes:
To all the users and higher mycological autorities.
Please see my other observations Lepiota BESSEYI on the list, http://mushroomobserver.org/species_list/show_species_list/915 .
See also:http://mushroomobserver.org/name/show_name/4290?q=2iUvp.
This species is currently refused mainly by D. NEWMAN / MYXOMOP.
Please see all the pics before voting.

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Images

LEUCOCOPRINUS JUBILAEI 01.bmp
BILAN LEUCO IF & MB.JPG
LEUCOAGARICUS JUBILAE -VALLEE DU CIRON-.JPG
LEUCOAGARICUS VERDISSANT -MYCOCHARENTES- 01.JPG
LEUCOAGARICUS VERDISSANT -MYCOCHARENTES- 02.JPG
FAMILLE AUSTRONESIENNE & LANGUAGES IN RED.jpg
HAWAII DESJARDIN LISTE SPECIES BOOK 2002.JPG
PIEUVRE POLYNESIENNE ROUTE MARITIME Ld V01.jpg
TRIANGLE POLYNESIEN.JPG
LEPIOTA BESSEYI IN POLYNESIA BY Drs HEMMES & DESJARDIN.JPG
LEPIOTA BESSEYII MP POLYNESIE OCCURENCE DETAIL TAHITI.JPG
LEPIOTA BESSEYII MP POLYNESIE OCCURENCE.JPG

Proposed Names

47% (4)
Recognized by sight: it is in the same section as L. jubilaei, but that is all we can say about it.
La. jubilaei turns first citric yellow, then red (or not).
-9% (3)
Used references: ID from BERKELEY University in french polynésia.
contact Todd Osmundson toddo@berkeley.edu.
See: http://biocode.berkeley.edu/.... AND. http://biocode.berkeley.edu/.... AND . http://mushroomobserver.org/113325?q=2g7vW.
-14% (2)
Used references: http://www.mushroomfarm.com/....
Leucoagaricus sect. Piloselli
Characterized by:
Flesh stains red when handled
Flesh stains blue-green with NH4 (ammonia)

Two subsections:
Pilatianei – absense of an apical outgrowth on cheilcystidia
Pilosellini – presence of an apical outgrowth on cheilcystidia
Species of sect. Piloselli:
Lepiota besseyi
Lepiota castanescens
Lepiota decorata ……………

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Comments

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Alain
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2015-12-28 12:05:39 CST (-0500)

Else is among the world’s foremost authorities on lepiotaceous fungi. You are a man in Tahiti with a bird on his head. This is called teaching grandma how to suck eggs.

Hello Else
By: GALL Alain (GALLA-TAHITI)
2015-11-22 06:14:18 CST (-0500)

I added photos with explanations.
That is the “Lepiote four color”.
But more exactly Leucocoprinus as write on MYCOBANK and IF.
Leucoagaricus jubilae is dépréciate!
The ring is also very charactéristic and the smalls pieces of veil remains on the margin.
In America seems to be his nickname “Peele’s Lepiota”;
Look for:https://www.google.fr/...
And Shroomery: http://www.shroomery.org/...;
and also look MO: http://mushroomobserver.org/observer/index_observation?q=2g0Dp;
Regards.

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