When: 2016-12-03

Collection location: Barragem da Póvoa e Meadas, Portalegre, Portugal [Click for map]

Who: zaca

No specimen available

Notes:
See the notes of observation 277184.
This observation refers to the pair of specimens identified by Dr. Henry Beker as Hebeloma cistophilum. As the name indicates this species usually grows associated with Cistus spp. and, though I haven’t noticed them in the field, I would say that probably they can be found there, the margins of the reservoir of a dam with vegetation reduced to a Salix species and few else.

According to the references, H. cistophilum belongs to section Hebeloma, constituted by those mushrooms with cortina, that may be fugacious (reason for which I didn’t found it in this specimens), and cheilocystidia mostly ventricose.

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Microscopy: Hymenium views (x400, in congo red);
Microscopy: Cheilocystidia (x1000, in congo red);
Microscopy: Basidia (x1000, in congo red);
Microscopy: Spores (x1000, in congo red and lugol).
Habitat.
Habitat.

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Recognized by sight: My acknowledgment to Professor Henry Beker and Dr. Ursula Eberhardt who determined the Hebeloma species, based on the exsiccata that I sent them, including DNA sequencing.
Used references: Ursula EBERHARDT, Henry J. BEKER, Jordi VILA, Jan VESTERHOLT, Xavier LLIMONA, Rena GADJIEVA: Hebeloma species associated with Cistus, Mycological research 113(2009) 153-162.

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