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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Inocybe fuscidula / nitidiuscula / leiocephala verfasst.
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    I measured another set of spores with the following results:
    10.1 [11.4 ; 11.9] 13.2 × 5.6 [6.5 ; 6.9] 7.8 µm
    Q = 1.4 [1.7 ; 1.8] 2 ; N = 41 ; C = 95%
    Me = 11.7 × 6.7 µm ; Qe = 1.7

    On Inocybe.org (well done for the work) I read :
    Spores up to approx.
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Inocybe fuscidula / nitidiuscula / leiocephala verfasst.
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    The collection is from the Maltese Islands and it it was collected on December 2020, but working on the determination this week. I can only supply dried basidiocarps - is that still ok to send ?




  • Hi Steve, first of all: please never work with Lugol when dealing with inocybes, but with KOH...
    Your species certainly is NOT I. nitidiuscula nor I. fuscidula nor I. leiocephala. All three belong to different groups. The first two are pruinose only in…
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    Folgt nun Ditte.
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  • Steve_mt

    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Inocybe fuscidula / nitidiuscula / leiocephala verfasst.
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    Thanks Ditte, I was pretty sure that I was in the right group but I am no authority or have much experience with Inocybe. So I thank you for helping me out.

    From the Italian website about I. nitidiuscula :
    Stipe: " Da 4-6 (7) cm, cilindrico, spesso
  • Steve_mt

    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Inocybe fuscidula / nitidiuscula / leiocephala verfasst.
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Inocybe fuscidula / nitidiuscula / leiocephala verfasst.
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    I am thinking Inocybe nitidiuscula (Britz.) Saccardo for:

    Redenning / browning of stipe in adult specimens, Spores match, habitat under pines ok, ornamented with tufts till the base, pruinose at the upper part


    Inocybe nitidiuscula (Britz.) Saccardo -
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    Thema
    I am working on the ID of an Inocybe with cracking and small (2-3 cm across) pileus with chestnut color and variable striated with beige bands or patches (maybe because of hard soil over) growing at edges or under of a pine afforested area.


    My options
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    I have a question related to the cultivation of molds on media and selective media like PDA, MEA, OAT Agar, Czapek, etc. I have left some 25g of antibiotics (approx. 10g Augmentin, and 14g Moxiclav *). This was for human consumption but they are general
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    Hello, I wanted to check if someone has experience with P. badiophylla and if the species I proposed could be confirmed ! Thanks
  • Steve_mt

    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Dry Gasteromycete - Possible ID verfasst.
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    I also came accross Scleroderma meridionale Demoul. and it has resemblances, Does anyone has experience with this species. I can't find a good description although here is something to start with:
    Scleroderma septentrionale (MushroomExpert.Com)

    Same as…
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Dry Gasteromycete - Possible ID verfasst.
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    Finally, after several considerations, I think I am up to a conclusion. I found a good description of S. albidum and many features are matching, namely the spore size, ornamentation, lack of capillitum, size, colour and texture of basidioma.... I think…
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Dry Gasteromycete - Possible ID verfasst.
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    (Zitat von Beorn)

    Thank you, I also think the lines seen in a few spores are some kind of spines that are horizontal or joined with other spines.
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    Hi.

    Difficult, because: I dont know the word for "kurzgratig" at the moment.
    But this is not reticulate. More like "confluent warts" maybe?

    I must admit, that i don't know anything about scleroderma, so i cannt help with the identification, i'm…
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Dry Gasteromycete - Possible ID verfasst.
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    Wow Pablo !!!, really nice images - so envy at them!
    I am excluding Mycenastrum corium too, and checking a number of Scleroderma species, like cepa, polyrhizum, albidum, etc. Do you think my spore are reticulaete?
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Dry Gasteromycete - Possible ID verfasst.
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    I have re-examined this collection two more times, but I fail to find a conspicuous capillitum. I must add that I am examining this 6 months from collection. When I transfer material on water (with surfactant) the spores are arranged on film-thin
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Dry Gasteromycete - Possible ID verfasst.
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    I had examined the capillitium now. What I believe is the capillitium (not so sure!), consists of hyphae that are very narrow in diameter, 1-2um, jagged and irregular, not-spinulose, with blobs staining dark in congo red appearing like dalmatian spots.
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Dry Gasteromycete - Possible ID verfasst.
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    Close up
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Dry Gasteromycete - Possible ID verfasst.
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    I should also show you this pic, with the underground mycelium is rather extensive. Scleroderma can also be considered maybe.
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    Hat eine Antwort im Thema Dry Gasteromycete - Possible ID verfasst.
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    Here are the spores, spherical, variable in size, ranging between 10 to 16 um (average 12.2um) covered with distinct spines, up to 2um long, curved, conical and with a broad base like canines. I could not see well the capillitium, possibly decomposed, I