Notes:
Collector: unknown
Substrate: wood
Habit: clustered
Micro: Cystidia absent. See photomicrographs (all in Melzer’s).
Spores ellipsoid.
Spore measurements:

(8.3) 8.5 – 9.8 (10.3) × (5.7) 5.8 – 6.57 (6.6) µm
Q = (1.4) 1.5 – 1.59 (1.6) ; N = 6
Me = 9.3 × 6.2 µm ; Qe = 1.5
(by Joe Cohen, with Piximètre 5.9 R 1532 : le 28/10/2019 à 12:55:22.2369577)

Other: This was brought to the Oregon Mycological Society 2019 Fall Show by an unknown users and then noticed by Sallie Tucker Jones.

(From notes by Sallie Tucker Jones; see accompanying photo)

On wood, clustered, tall stipes
Stipe:
~ 9 cm tall, smotth, brownish-yellow
~ 2 mm thick
Cap: smooth, convex
Flesh: very thin
Gills: pink, notched, amyloid
Spores: ellipsoid, pointed apiculus, single guttule

Images

IMG_0736.jpg
IMG_0737.jpg
IMG_0735.jpg
pink gilled mycenoid spores.jpg
multiple spores, Melzer’s, 40x objective
Pink gilled mycenoid multiple basidia.jpg
basidia, Melzer’s, 40x objective
Pink gilled mycenoid basidum.jpg
basidia, including one with spores, Melzer’s, 40x objective
Pink gilled mycenoid spore.jpg
one larger spore, Melzer’s, 40x objective
Copyright © 2019 Lorelei Norvell (Lorelei)
We were puzzled by the chalk white pileus and bright flesh pink gills (as seen under the OMS show lights). When I examined the collection of six specimens two days later, the shriveling pileus developed the pink coloration characteristic of Mycena monticola, a Survey & Manage Strategy 1 species...
Copyright © 2019 Lorelei Norvell (Lorelei)
We were puzzled by the chalk white pileus and bright flesh pink gills (as seen under the OMS show lights). When I examined the collection of six specimens two days later, the shriveling pileus developed the pink coloration characteristic of Mycena monticola, a Survey & Manage Strategy 1 species...
Copyright © 2019 Lorelei Norvell (Lorelei)
We were puzzled by the chalk white pileus and bright flesh pink gills (as seen under the OMS show lights). When I examined the collection of six specimens two days later, the shriveling pileus developed the pink coloration characteristic of Mycena monticola, a Survey & Manage Strategy 1 species...
Copyright © 2019 Lorelei Norvell (Lorelei)
We were puzzled by the chalk white pileus and bright flesh pink gills (as seen under the OMS show lights). When I examined the collection of six specimens two days later, the shriveling pileus developed the pink coloration characteristic of Mycena monticola, a Survey & Manage Strategy 1 species...

Proposed Names

29% (1)
Recognized by sight
64% (1)
Used references
Based on microscopic features
Based on chemical features

Please login to propose your own names and vote on existing names.

= Observer’s choice
= Current consensus

Comments

Add Comment
No one has commented yet.