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Pileipellis
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Pileipellis
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Answer to Else
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2018-08-04 23:59:11 PDT (-0700)

Oluna has done some more microscopy of this collection and identified it as Pluteus podospileus Sacc. & Cub. f. podospileus.

Pluteus
By: else
2018-08-02 19:56:25 PDT (-0700)

Pluteus thomsonii has a predominantly grey cap with prominent veins on the surface. Microscopically, the ‘narwhal’ cheilocystidia and caulocystidia are an easy character to look for.

This mushroom is much too dark brown, and the pileipellis looks much more like that of P. podospileus than that of P. thomsonii (see volume 2 of Flora agaricina neerlandica for some line drawings of the components of the pileipellis).