When: 2009-09-27

Collection location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]

Who: Toby Janssen (Toby Janssen)

Specimen available

These Hypholomas seem to be sublateritium except for a lack of any fibrillose remnants of a veil on the young caps. The edges of all the caps were pale straw yellow, and made of an unbroken clean line. There has been no recent heavy rain.

cap -1-6 cm w 1 cm h -brick orange brown in center fading to straw yellow at edge -dry to the touch
gills -light straw colour when young aging to light grey with a lilac tint
stem -3/4cm w 4-10 cm h -pale where it attaches cap darkening to a brick brown
spore print -purple brown
location -rotting log


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Recognized by sight: Hypholoma lateritium is the most current name according to Index Fungorum. H. lateritium was published in 1774 and H. sublateritium in 1838. http://www.indexfungorum.org/...

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