Observation 64415: Entoloma subserrulatum (Peck) Hesler

When: 2010-11-05

Collection location: Rowan Co., North Carolina, USA [Click for map]

Who: Matt Sherman (Shermanii)

No specimen available

Notes:
11-6-10
Rowan Co., NC
USA

I don’t have any measurements
I just thought the black-edges of the lamellae were really cool.

Habitat:
Growing from leaf litter or soil in mixed, predominantly hardwood forest.

Pileus:
Convex with central depression, Smooth, Creamy or tan

Lamellae:
White with black edges, Adnate, Distant to subdistant

Stipe:
Fragile, Concolorous with pileus, Smooth

If anyone could suggest a genus, it’d be appreciated.
Thanks

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Recognized by sight
62% (3)
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Used references: North American Flora vol 10

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