When: 2016-08-11

Collection location: Creve Coeur Park, Maryland Heights, Missouri, USA [Click for map]

Who: Judi T. (AvidAmateur)

No specimen available

Notes:
A solitary specimen in soil, Oak-Hickory woods. Cap: 5 cm., bruises red, margin lined, gills discoloring reddish-brown Stipe: 3.5 cm. X 1.2 cm., enlarged toward base. Unable to obtain a spore print or reaction t KOH..

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Recognized by sight: Tuberculate-striate margin, small size, reddish spotting

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Thanks, Jim, for your name suggestion.
By: Judi T. (AvidAmateur)
2016-08-20 21:21:02 EDT (-0400)

I agree that both R. pectinatoides and mutabilis are very similar in size and color, as well as both having tuberculate-striate margins. To my eye, however, pectinoides is a paler hue … a bit creamier rather than tawny or orangey like mutabilis; and the pinkish/reddish spots of color on the cap of pectinatoides are concentrated along the striations of the margin (Kuo); whereas with mutabilis the reddish-brown splotches are darker and are concentrated toward the center of the cap. I think these subtle differences are best illustrated by the images in my Ob. #211877 (R. pectinatoides) and Ob. #175003, which also offers a good illustration of what I have described above. I truly appreciate your attention to and consideration of my observation. It’s always good to have someone to keep you on your toes=)