Observation 32769: Hohenbuehelia Schulzer


spore print (enlarge to see). pale yellow/brown.

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Recognized by sight: viscid layer on cap; forking gills. on oak.
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yeah, mollis wasn’t a comfy fit.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2010-01-27 16:02:28 CET (+0100)

it was the gelatinous coat when wet, as described in Arora, that led to me think that.

it showed slightly brown/yellow spores (poor sporedrop in this saturated specimen). I can scope it later, see what the spores look like. it had a slightly fruity smell, too.

Fun to watch Noah collect it on a living oak branch above our heads!

By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2010-01-27 12:22:48 CET (+0100)

Cap surface doesn’t look right for Crepidotus mollis, and if it was brown spored the gills would be brown by this stage of maturity.

Erin is right
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2010-01-27 12:02:28 CET (+0100)

With tufted gelatinous cap surface and yellowing gills, it could turn out to be a Hohenbuehelia.

By: Erin Page Blanchard (CureCat)
2010-01-27 09:41:35 CET (+0100)

It would be good to get a spore print… The gills looked really pale, even the brownish one that Noah jumped up and grabbed was actually covered in some kind of myxomycete.

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