Pileus: 1 – 5 x 1 – 3 mm, convex, inrolled crenate margin, dry, semicircular, pink, tomentose, half covered in long white woolly hairs.

Context: thin, concolorous.

Lamellae: free, sub-distant, broad, frequent lamellulae, subserrulate, pink.

Stipe: 1 × 3 mm, slight flare at apex, arcuate, pale pink.

Spores: globose, pale brown.

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Crepidotus ?
By: Linda Brynan Sears (lkbsearsff)
2018-10-14 05:49:46 MDT (-0600)

Is there any Crepidotus that has a stipe like these?

Henningsomyces ?

I did list that in our foray database as Henningsomyces candidus. I’ll have to research the Rectipilus to see if it needs changing. Thanks so much.


On a side note:
By: Django Grootmyers (heelsplitter)
2018-10-12 12:38:00 MDT (-0600)

Did you collect the cyphelloid growing directly above this too? That looks interesting too. Maybe a Rectipilus or Henningsomyces.

By: Django Grootmyers (heelsplitter)
2018-10-12 12:11:42 MDT (-0600)

Definitely a good candidate for sequencing right here. Looking forward to the results.

spore color

I couldn’t get an actual spore print. Is it possible the spores appear pale brown because they are being viewed within the hymenium material?

but Cheimonophyllum
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2018-10-11 19:36:45 MDT (-0600)

is another white-spored genus…

Hot find
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2018-10-11 18:54:01 MDT (-0600)

I suggest emailing Jerry Cooper about it, he’s written about “Cheimonophyllum” roseum so might have some insights on this.

if the spores are dark
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2018-10-11 14:24:10 MDT (-0600)

it cannot be a Panellus

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