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Recent observations

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

reallifeecology

Date

December 3, 2016 02:40 PM PST

Description

Smells like green corn when fresh

Photos / Sounds

Observer

kueda

Date

December 3, 2016 12:33 PM PST

Description

Under hazel, with oak. Supposedly smells like green corn, but I'm not getting it.

Update: smelled one later that was freshly picked and got the odor strongly.

Photos / Sounds

What

Fiber Caps Genus Inocybe

Observer

leslie_flint

Date

December 3, 2016 09:38 AM PST

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

leptonia

Date

December 2, 2016 10:35 AM PST

Photos / Sounds

What

Fiber Caps Genus Inocybe

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

November 28, 2010

Description

Under a tree that looks a bit like alder.

Cheilocystidia of at least four types, ovoid, clavate, fusiform, or conical, often with metuloid encrustations at the apex.

Pleurocystidia fusiform with encrustations at the apex.

Spores minutely verrucose, 8 × 4 micrometers, ellipsoid and slightly inequalateral.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

November 14, 2010

Description

Under pine.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

October 17, 2010

Description

Growing in a mixed pine/oak woods.

Cheilocystidia is not very abundant, but not rare either. On the gill edge there are some thin hyphae that are similar to very thin cystidia.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

October 14, 2010

Description

Under pine.

Photos / Sounds

What

Fiber Caps Genus Inocybe

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

October 9, 2010

Description

This is the smallest Inocybe I have seen.

Growing with Pinus.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

September 30, 2010

Description

The older specimens from this cluster had blue stem bases but the younger ones had white stem bases.

11,500 feet elevation.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

September 3, 2010

Description

Growing from wood.

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Fiber Caps Genus Inocybe

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

September 5, 2010
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Description from Wikipedia

The Inocybaceae are a family of fungi in the order Agaricales. According to a 2008 estimate, the family contains 13 genera and 821 species. Members of this family have a widespread distribution in tropical and temperate areas.

No range data available.
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