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Inventory of Fungi in Simcoe
Ironside
COLLECTOR
Ironside
DETERMINOR
Aug 30, 2001
one collection only found
SP ABUNDANCE
in cap : 51. deep orange, with a yellowish base ( i.e. more yellow than the cap).
FLESH
0
ODOUR
0
LATEX
ISCC-NBS Color-Name Charts
COLOUR CHART
bitter
TASTE
none obtained, although many brown spores ( small caps)
DEPOSIT
7.5 x 4.5 mu, no pleurocystidia seen. Cheilocystidia present but poorly demonstrated
SPORES
SPECIMEN
NOTES
Simcoe
COUNTY
Matchedash
TOWNSHIP
44
o
48.25
LAT
79
o
34.7
LONG
in flood plain just below the main beaver pond ( where the dam washed out this summer), west of main trail,
near creek
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
dead, barkless log, mixed woods, possibly poplar
HABITAT
Crepidotus applanatus, and small ascomycete on same log.
ASSOCIATED
SPECIES
This was the only area with many fungi, after the dry, hot summer.
This differs from the description in the crenelated margin of the lamellae, and the lack of mycelial mat. The photo
is very similiar to that in Barron.
Gills: lamellae are adnate, with lamellulae, crowded margins finely crenelated. Colour 87. medium yellow.
DAOM 231770
COLL#
Group 14
GROUP
4 specimens with cap 1 cm in diameter, as well as 1-2 specimens of 0.1 cm diameter, with veil intact. Widely gregarious.
Pileus broadly convex, slightly inrolled margins, no umbo; surface is granular and dry, cracking in the middle, but with
appressed granules near the margins. Cap changes to black with KOH. Colour: 51.deep orange
CAP
1.4 x 0.1 cm, curving slightly, embedded in wood at base, but no apparent mycelial collar. There is a bare area for
about 0.1 cm ( 82. brilliant yellow ) at the top, below which there are the fibrillose remains of the veil ( 82. very
yellow ), becoming 51. deep orange near base.
STALK
Pholiota granulosa
NAME
COLLDATE
yes
PHOTO
FRUITING
BODY
REMARKS
FERTILE
SURFACE
09
mu:
UTM:
GROUP # AND NAME:
14
Hypholoma, Pholiota,
Psilocybe, Stropharia