When: 2018-05-25

Collection location: Tsukuba, Ibaragi, Japan [Click for map]

Who: lxjfx

Specimen available

Notes:
Growing caespitose on fallen branch of hardwoods

Stipe glutinous, ribbed, blackish at the apex, pileipellis composed of subglobose cells with brownish content; cheilocystidia fusiform

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Pileipellis (1 div = 2.59 μm)
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Cheilocystidia (1 div = 2.59μm)
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Caulocystidia (1 div = 2.59μm)

Proposed Names

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56% (1)
Recognized by sight:
- Glutinous stipe
Used references:
- Fungi of Switzerland vol. 3
- Horak, E. (1978). Mycena rorida (Fr.) Quél. and related species from the southern hemisphere. Berichte. retrieved from https://doi.org/10.5169%2Fseals-62336
- HAUSKNECHT, A. Mycena mauritiana, a new species of sect. Roridae. retrieved from http://www.zobodat.at/stable/pdf/OestZPilz_10_0075-0082.pdf
Based on microscopic features:
- Pileipellis composed of subglobose cells
The shape of caulocystidia distinguishes this specimen from Roridomyces lamprosporus

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