When: 2017-05-24

Collection location: Franklin Co., Virginia, USA [Click for map]

Who: Cody Morgan (Cody)

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Proposed Names

59% (2)
Recognized by sight: Growing in the landscaping around a bojanges in lush green grass, spore print seems to be black..much darker than the P. Foenisecii I usually find.
28% (1)
Recognized by sight: Print not jet black, just a dark printing variety
28% (1)
Recognized by sight: Taking a closer look at these some of the spores appear green in H2O and look more like foenisecii spores. (Longish and alittle brown looking)

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By: Cody Morgan (Cody)
2018-01-20 11:15:47 +06 (+0600)

I doubt it will be much help, but it shows what I was talking about. I finally have a better microscope ordered so I was just fooling around in preparation and thought this was odd.

Do you have any spore pics?
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2018-01-19 17:58:59 +06 (+0600)
Spore microscopy
By: Cody Morgan (Cody)
2018-01-18 20:58:04 +06 (+0600)

Is it normal for some of the spores to appear green or is that only a feature of P. olivaceus? I couldnt see any spores that looked lemon shaped (like cinctulus).

Spore color
By: Cody Morgan (Cody)
2018-01-10 02:15:32 +06 (+0600)

When I first printed these I was sure the color was black. Later I looked agin and I thought it had a purplish tint to it. Looking agin it appears to be greyish black, not brown or purple.

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