Collection location: Green Lakes State Park, Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York, USA [Click for map]
Appearance of yellow margination on gill edges more likely from dessication/decay than a diagnostic trait. Odor something between grassy and bleachy, but overall mild.
Lamellar edge sterile with long, finger-like/flexuous, narrowly lageniform cheilocystidia.
Spores inamyloid, 1-guttulate, broadly ellipsoid with prominent hilar appendage. spores seen in older material are more varied (see micrograph), with some appearing almost angular. initial measurements taken from fresh spore print directly onto slide.
(8) 8.9 – 10.4 (12.3) × (5.4) 5.9 – 6.6 (7.1) µm
Q = (1.2) 1.4 – 1.66 (1.7) ; N = 30
Me = 9.8 × 6.3 µm ; Qe = 1.6
measured w/ Piximetre
Substrate: in soil immediately beneath a piece of wood (root?), adjacent to lake
Habitat: public park trail among mixed hardwood and cedar forest beside meromictic lake
Ecoregion: Eastern Great Lakes lowland forests (NA0407)
Collectors: D. Newman & P. Kaishian
Collection #: n/a
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