When: 2009-01-14

Collection location: Parque Natural da Arrábida, Portugal [Click for map]

Who: Vasco Fachada (v_polecat)

Specimen available

Notes:
Entoloma cf. papillatum
needs to be revisited for higher degree of confidence

ECOLOGIA: terrestre; pinhal arenoso (Pinus pinaster) com outra vegetação rasteira. Semi-perturbado.

CHAPÉU: <1,3cm; cónico-campanulado; mamelonado; castanho escuro quase preto, higrófano; margem estriada.

HIMÉNIO: lâminas castanho-claras a castanho-rosadas; próximas; com lâminas intermédias

PÉ: <6cm x <0,2cm; frágil, ápice ligeiramente mais claro ou concolor, base com micélio branco (<1cm)

ESPORADA: cor de rosa

CHEIRO/SABOR: cheiro indiferente; sabor doce depois a ferro

MICROSCOPIA: esporos angulares hexagonais (<8,5 µm) com apículo quase sempre visível; cistidios raros, clavados a utriformes?

Images

On a path, into the forest. Pinus pinaster. Semi disturbed.

Proposed Names

55% (1)
Recognized by sight: Conical-campanulate and umbonated cap. Unlike E. clandestinum, this has pink crowded gills.
Based on microscopic features: 2009, a very rough look in a bad microscope allowed me to see 6-angled spores but with imprecise spore measures; and a very hard time trying to find cystidia, which were not found or not confirmed. Anyways, the main alternative for E. papillatum is probably E. langei, which seems to have “conspicuous cheilocystidia”, according to Breitenbach e&Kränzlin

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