Notes:
Ecoregion: Southern Outer Piedmont
Habitat: Mixed hardwood forest
Substrate: Wood, dead conifer
Nearest_Tree: Hardwood, Oak
Habit: Many
Cap/upper_surface: Up to 2-3 cm diameter; low convex with depressed center; orange-brown center fading to yellow at the margin; smooth; striations from margin almost to the midpoint between the margin and the center.
Cap/underside: Gills running down the stipe; distant, with frequent short gills near the margin; frequent cross-veining; pale yellow.
Stipe: Ca. up to 6-7 cm long and 4-5 mm diameter; wider at the apex but then approximately equal for their length; yellow-brown at the apex, becoming dark brown-black for the length to the base; curved; tough.
Spore_Print: White
Collector: Joan Knapp
Collection_#: FYP-20171113-08

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Used references: Aldrovandi et al, 2015: “The Xeromphalina campanella/kauffmanii complex: species delineation and biogeographical patterns of speciation” – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26297781
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Based on chemical features: ITS sequencing

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Xeromphalina campanella group
By: Joan Knapp (PucaK)
2017-12-14 22:27:56 CET (+0100)

Thanks Jacob. My instinct said Xeromphalina campanella, but interesting/important to consider X. enigmatica as a possibility.

X. campanella indistinguishable from X. enigmatica without mating studies or DNA
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2017-12-14 21:43:07 CET (+0100)

Xeromphalina campanella can be distinguished from X. enigmatica only by mating studies or DNA sequencing. They’re effectively identical in macroscopic features, microscopic features, chemical features, geographic location, and substrate preference.

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