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Inventory of Fungi in Simcoe
Ironside
COLLECTOR
Ironside
DETERMINOR
Oct 25, 1996
only 1 specimen found, late in season, in rain
SP ABUNDANCE
thin, white, 0.5 cm at stipe
FLESH
0
ODOUR
0
LATEX
ISCC-NBS Color-Name Charts
COLOUR CHART
pleasant, mushroomy
TASTE
purplish gray
DEPOSIT
7x13.5 mu, smooth, elliptical, pore at tip. No chrysocystidia found by me.
SPORES
in moss, near hemlock and other mixed woods
SPECIMEN
NOTES
Simcoe
COUNTY
Matchedash
TOWNSHIP
44
o
48.14
LAT
79
o
35.25
LONG
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
moss
HABITAT
ASSOCIATED
SPECIES
Oct 8/03, a large collection of about 12 found, growing from rotten wood, among poplar, birch, maple, beech,
west of river, north of barn at 44 48.150 and 79 34.366, and photographed. Spores 12x5
Gills: 63.light brownish gray, 1 cm deep. Broad, adnate or notched. Lamellulae - some 3/4 distance from stipe, and
some 1/3 distance to stipe.
ROM
COLL#
Group 14
GROUP
Diameter 9.5 cm, very glutinous (raining); not cracked, flat with slight depression before slight umbo. Edge rolled
downward at margins, but not inrolled; margin smooth, no veil remnants. Flesh thin, white, 0.5 cm deep at stipe. 57.light
brown, some irregular,darker brown streaking and lines ( none near umbo)
CAP
9 cm high, 1.2 cm diameter, central, with remnants of fragile dark veil (more tissue on one side of the stipe than the
other). Equal, but base enlarged to 2 cm in moss. Flocculate, but smooth 1 cm below cap background colour paler
than 31.pale yellowish pink
STALK
Stropharia hornemanii
NAME
COLLDATE
yes
PHOTO
FRUITING
BODY
REMARKS
FERTILE
SURFACE
09
mu:
UTM:
photos taken Oct 9/03
GROUP # AND NAME:
14
Hypholoma, Pholiota,
Psilocybe, Stropharia