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leslie_flint

Date

December 3, 2016 01:25 PM PST

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Observer

leslie_flint

Date

December 3, 2016 09:45 AM PST

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leslie_flint

Date

December 3, 2016 09:44 AM PST

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dpom

Date

December 2, 2016 03:47 PM PST

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Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

November 14, 2010

Description

Spores 6 × 5.

I looked for cystidia for 30 minutes and only found one thing that might be cystidia. It was covered with spores and I am not convinced that it is a pleurocystidia. If it was a pleurocystidia it would have been shaped a bit like a traffic cone but slightly slimmer. It was covered with spores so kind of hard to see. No cheilocystidia was observerd on the gill edges.

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Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

November 3, 2010

Description

Pleurocystidia not observed. Cheilocystidia harpoon shaped with encrustations. Spores with amyloid warts.

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Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

November 2, 2010

Description

Pleurocystidia absent.

Cheiocystidia rare, deeply imbedded in the gill edge.

Spores eliptical, (4.5) 5 – 7 (8) x 5 – 6 micrometers.

Pileipellis a trichoderm with brown elements.

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Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

October 10, 2010

Description

Very small, on hardwood, free gills.

Cheilocystidia ellipsoid to globose, measures 46 × 21 and 21 × 15 and 25 × 15.5 micrometers (three measured).

Pleurocystidia subovoid, 48 × 18.5 micrometers (one measured).

One basidia measured, 25 × 8.5 micrometers.

Spores 6 – 7 × 5 – 6 micrometers, almost round with conspicuous hilar appendage.

Pileipellis is an irregular epithelium.

Micrographs have 1 micron divisions.

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Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

February 21, 2010

Description

An interesting white Pluteus sp.

On display at the SDMS fungus fair.

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Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

January 9, 2010

Description

A little Pluteus.

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Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

January 8, 2010

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Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

January 7, 2010

Description

[admin – Sat Aug 14 01:56:54 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Santa Cruz Fungus Fair, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Co., California, USA’ to ‘Santa Cruz, California, USA

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Description from Wikipedia

The Pluteaceae are a family of small to medium-sized mushrooms which have free gill attachment and pink spores. Members of Pluteaceae can be mistaken for members of Entolomataceae, but can be distinguished by their angled spores and attached gills. The four genera in the Pluteaceae include the widely distributed Volvariella and Pluteus, the rare Chamaeota, and Volvopluteus, newly described in 2011 as a result of molecular analysis. The Dictionary of the Fungi (10th edition, 2008) estimates...

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