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Bell Museum fungi
Catalog (Accession) #: 896022
Occurrence ID (GUID): 943fd1e8-9de8-45a4-8d6c-12ac1de60ca5
Secondary Catalog (Accession) #: 1287503
Taxon: Tricholoma inocybeoides A. Pearson
Identification Qualifier: off.
Family: Tricholomataceae
Determiner: Bryn Dentinger (5 Sept. 2019)
ID References: Determination is based on the ITS sequences of the Terrea clade of Tricholoma.
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Collector: McLaughlin, D.J.   MCBS 027 (BD 430)   
Date: 2007-05-27
Verbatim Date: 27/May/2007
Additional Collectors: E.G. McLaughlin, B. Dentinger, M. Padamsee
Locality: United States, Minnesota, Otter Tail, Otter Tail County, On Vergas Trail, West side of Cooks Lake
46.706861  -95.838611
Verbatim Coordinates: 46°42'24.7"N 095°50'19"W
Elevation: 435 meters (1427ft)
Substrate: On ground with mossy bark
Associated Species: under maple, aspen, bur oak and basswood
Description: FIELD DESCRIPTION OF AGARICS & BOLETES Collection No.: MCBS027 (BD430) Name: Tricholoma cf. scalpturatum (Fr.) Quel. Locality, Date: Vergas trail, West side of Cooks Lake, Otter Tail Co., MN, 23 May 2007 Habitat: In soil on embankment along road, near oak and aspen. Habit: Gregarious PILEUS: Shape Convex with broad umbo. Breadth Up to 3.5 cm Color Gray, mousy-gray-brownish, #80 Grayish yellowish Brown. Changes None Surface Densely fibrillose, matted in areas to give a minutely “scaly” appearance; margin even Flesh: Silky White (satiny sheen); hygrophanous Odor: Watermelon rind, especially when cut Changes None Taste: Very much like watermelon rind; slightly mealy HYMENOPHORE: Attachment Adnexed Length To 3.5 x 0.9-1.0 cm Color Very pale grayish White (possibly a pink tinge?) Changes None Edges Concolorous, even or slightly uneven (not crenulate or serrate) Spacing & pattern About 2/mm Lamellulae Present; Inner ends truncate STIPE: Shape Equal Size Up to 3.3 X 0.8 cm Surface Silky Color White at apex, discolored at base with faint yellowish tinges (discolored from soil?) Changes None Flesh color White, satin-like; with hygrophanous outer walls and stuffed interior Flesh color changes None N.B. Colors from K.L. Kelly and D.B. Judd, Color, Universal Language and Dictionary of Names,1976, supplemented with ISCC-NBS Centroid Color Charts Microscopic analysis: (5% KOH) Suprapellis of elongated hyphae with brown spiral incrustations that compose a derm of filamentous aggregates, which appear fibrillose macroscopically; a pseudoparenchymatous hypodermium was not observed.
Notes: Minnesota County Biological Survey Project
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Rights Holder: J. F. Bell Museum of Natural History
Access Rights: Users are required to adhere to Bell Museum collections policy. Questions may be directed to the curator in charge.
Record Id: 943fd1e8-9de8-45a4-8d6c-12ac1de60ca5
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Dr. Peter Kennedy (museum-herbarium@umn.edu)
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