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Tricholoma inocybeoides A. Pearson
Identification Qualifier: off.
Determiner: Bryn Dentinger (5 Sept. 2019)
Determination is based on the ITS sequences of the Terrea clade of Tricholoma.
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McLaughlin, D.J. MCBS 027 (BD 430)
Verbatim Date: 27/May/2007
E.G. McLaughlin, B. Dentinger, M. Padamsee
United States, Minnesota, Otter Tail, Otter Tail County, On Vergas Trail, West side of Cooks Lake
On ground with mossy bark
under maple, aspen, bur oak and basswood
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.
Minnesota County Biological Survey Project
Rights Holder: J. F. Bell Museum of Natural History
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