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Inventory of Fungi in Simcoe
Ironside
COLLECTOR
Ironside
DETERMINOR
Oct 4, 1998
several clumps on rotten wood - fallen logs
SP ABUNDANCE
0.4 -0.5 cm at widest. 104. pale greenish yellow
FLESH
mushroomy
ODOUR
0
LATEX
ISCC-NBS Color-Name Charts
COLOUR CHART
0
TASTE
brown
DEPOSIT
7 x 4.5-5 mu, smooth, oval. Pleurocystidia and caulocystidia abundant - like bowling pin
SPORES
SPECIMEN
NOTES
Simcoe
COUNTY
Matchedash
TOWNSHIP
44
o
48.2-
LAT
79
o
35.2-
LONG
mixed deciduous forest, near large pines; GPS needed (past sphagnum bog)
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
HABITAT
ASSOCIATED
SPECIES
Gills: adnate, close, many lamellulae. 104. pale yellow; in older specimens 74. strong yellowish brown.
DAOM 228044
COLL#
Group 14
GROUP
This collection is represented by several clusters ( 6, 2, and 3 caps ) attached to wood by a prominent mycelial mat.
Diameter 1 -6 cm, convex, becoming almost flat, but maintaining incurved margins. Sticky, smooth. Largest specimens
have brown pitted spots. The ( almost flat ) umbo is 72.dark orange yellow; the rest of the cap is 89. pale yellow. The
smaller specimens are 72, dark orange yellow throughout. There is a veil in place covering the gills of the smaller
CAP
3-7 cm height, central, curved, solid. 0.4 -1 cm, not tapering at base.. Somewhat fibrillose, marked by caught spores.
86.light yellow at apex, darkening to 74. strong yellowish brown as we descend to the base. The younger are 86. light
yellow, almost to the base.
STALK
Pholiota limonella
NAME
COLLDATE
PHOTO
FRUITING
BODY
REMARKS
FERTILE
SURFACE
09
mu:
UTM:
GROUP # AND NAME:
14
Hypholoma, Pholiota,
Psilocybe, Stropharia