Observation 8738: Pleurotus (Fr.) P. Kumm.

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Colectado por Larry Evans (WMMA) y Diana Marcela Rocabado Reyes (USZ)

Fotografiado por Diana Marcela Rocabado Reyes (USZ)


Collected by Larry Evans (WMMA) and Diana Marcela Rocabado Reyes (USZ)

Photographed by Diana Marcela Rocabado Reyes (USZ)

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By: kurt miller (komille277)
2018-02-02 21:42:48 CST (-0500)

The strange veil remnants on the pileal margin and the volva like mass at the base? Or maybe that’s just mycelium.

Lentinus scleropus
By: kurt miller (komille277)
2018-02-02 21:40:28 CST (-0500)

This one doesn’t look like the Lentinus which we’ve keyed out to scleropus from the Caribbean. The overall size is quite small and the flesh looks tearable (possible Pleurotus sp.). The black squamules run rather high up the stipe (I’m used to seeing them just at the base) and the growth habit seems off, as L. scleropus tends to grow outward rather than upward. Also, fresh basidiomes of L. scleropus are usually stark white other than those black squamules.

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By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2010-11-12 00:42:32 CST (-0500)

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