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Orange Hobnail Canker (Amphilogia gyrosa)

Observer

mikhael

Date

May 2, 2018 12:24 PM PDT
Orange Hobnail Canker - Photo (c) sea-kangaroo, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
pdvmushroom's ID: Orange Hobnail Canker (Amphilogia gyrosa)
Added on January 17, 2022
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Orange Hobnail Canker (Amphilogia gyrosa)

Observer

kueda

Date

November 26, 2016 02:33 PM PST

Description

On chinquapin for a change.

Orange Hobnail Canker - Photo (c) sea-kangaroo, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
pdvmushroom's ID: Orange Hobnail Canker (Amphilogia gyrosa)
Added on January 17, 2022
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Orange Hobnail Canker (Amphilogia gyrosa)

Observer

cjs041

Date

October 30, 2016 05:34 PM PDT
Orange Hobnail Canker - Photo (c) sea-kangaroo, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
pdvmushroom's ID: Orange Hobnail Canker (Amphilogia gyrosa)
Added on January 17, 2022
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Orange Hobnail Canker (Amphilogia gyrosa)

Observer

catchang

Date

October 22, 2016 11:19 AM PDT
Orange Hobnail Canker - Photo (c) sea-kangaroo, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
pdvmushroom's ID: Orange Hobnail Canker (Amphilogia gyrosa)
Added on January 17, 2022
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Brittlegills (Genus Russula)

Observer

foodlady

Date

January 8, 2022 11:15 AM UTC
Brittlegills - Photo (c) Damon Tighe, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Brittlegills (Genus Russula)
Added on January 16, 2022
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foodlady

Date

January 15, 2022 01:24 PM UTC
Agaricus deardorffensis - Photo (c) Emily Williams, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Agaricus deardorffensis, a member of Agaricus Sect. Hondenses (Section Hondenses)
Added on January 16, 2022
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Cabbage Parachute (Gymnopus brassicolens)

Observer

foodlady

Date

January 15, 2022 01:37 PM UTC
Cabbage Parachute - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Cabbage Parachute (Gymnopus brassicolens)
Added on January 16, 2022
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leptonia

Date

January 28, 2019 10:25 AM PST
Leucoagaricus roseilividus - Photo (c) noah_siegel, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by noah_siegel
pdvmushroom's ID: Leucoagaricus roseilividus, a member of Field Mushrooms and Allies (Family Agaricaceae)
Added on January 07, 2022
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mikhael

Date

October 17, 2018 01:50 PM PDT
Leucoagaricus roseilividus - Photo (c) noah_siegel, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by noah_siegel
pdvmushroom's ID: Leucoagaricus roseilividus, a member of Field Mushrooms and Allies (Family Agaricaceae)
Added on January 07, 2022
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seekerbard

Date

November 24, 2017 04:00 PM PST
Leucoagaricus roseilividus - Photo (c) noah_siegel, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by noah_siegel
pdvmushroom's ID: Leucoagaricus roseilividus, a member of Field Mushrooms and Allies (Family Agaricaceae)
Added on January 07, 2022
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leptonia

Date

December 16, 2009

Description

More slender than L. decorata, with pink color restricted to cap and annulus, and cap texture with hairs rather than with scaly plaques (cutis versus trichoderm).

Leucoagaricus roseilividus - Photo (c) noah_siegel, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by noah_siegel
pdvmushroom's ID: Leucoagaricus roseilividus, a member of Field Mushrooms and Allies (Family Agaricaceae)
Added on January 07, 2022
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leptonia

Date

January 31, 2009

Description

CFS-31Jan2009-1 Leptonia sp.

Subgenus Cyanula, Section Caesicaules, Series Caesicaules; near the

subviduense complex.

Collected 31 Jan 2009, Mendocino County, California, USA

Cap: 31.6 mm wide, 13.8 mm high. Appressed-fibrillose, broadly convex, margin slightly inrolled and wavy. Deep midnight blue-black. Small umbo (papillate). Flesh 1.6 mm thick at disc. Dingy-white flesh.

Lamellae: 12-16 mm long, 4.2-7 mm deep. Pallid creamy-tan or flesh-colored, quite blue-gray near the stipe, somewhat marginate along the inner 1/2 of some of the larger lamellae. Approximately equal depths. Mostly straight to slightly wavy.

Stipe: 58.7 mm tall. 3.7 mm thick at apex, 3.6 mm thick at lowest point. Medium blue-gray, quite a bit lighter than cap. Glabrous except for distinct scurfs at apex. Striate at base, with distinct mycelial bulb at base – 7.6 mm thick.

Odor: (After 2 days of storage in a tacklebox) – faintly fragrant-pungent or indistinct.

Spores: (10-13.5) 12.1 μm x 6.9 (5.7-7.7) μm, 5-6 sided, heterodiametric.

Pileipellis: Trichodermium, entangled elements (collapsed ?) periclinal at disc, erect away from disc (this seems the opposite of the usual to me).

Stipitipellis: With tufts of cylindrical-clavate caulocystidia.

Cheilocystidia: Collapsed, not abundant, cylindrical-clavate to subcapitate.

Pleurocystidia: Scattered, cyclindrico-clavate, approximately 25 μm tall.

Clamp connections: Absent in all tissues examined (pilepellis, lamellae, stipe, mycelium at base of stipe)

These species can be eliminated by AT LEAST the indicated characteristic (and usually many others):

parva: different pilepellis and pileus color

yatesii: decurrent lamellae

viridiflavipes: color of stipe base, clustered habit

chalybea: basal mycelium scarce to absent, stipe “perfectly” glabrous, pilepellis a palisade

decolorans f. atropruinosipes: stipe covered in dark squamules

decolorans f. decolorans: glabrous stipe

decolorans f. cystidiosa: lacks pleurocystidia, different pilepellis

The L. subviduense group is close but the varieties differ at least in these characteristics:

var. subviduense: Lamellae most often with a decurrent tooth, rarely pruinose at apex, stipe quite fragile, smaller spores.

var. marginata: Cheilocystidia abundant – originate as elements of pileal margin when young and thus identical to pileocystidia, gills serrulate, strongly marginate, stipe “extremely fragile”.

Specimen at UCSC Gilbert Lab.

Leptonia subviduensis - Photo (c) Khue, all rights reserved
pdvmushroom's ID: Leptonia subviduensis, a member of Common Gilled Mushrooms and Allies (Order Agaricales)
Added on January 07, 2022
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leptonia

Date

July 3, 2012
Infundibulicybe squamulosa - Photo (c) Paul Asman and Jill Lenoble, some rights reserved (CC BY)
pdvmushroom's ID: Infundibulicybe squamulosa, a member of Funnels (Genus Infundibulicybe)
Added on January 06, 2022
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Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)

Observer

alan_rockefeller

Date

January 15, 2020 02:44 PM PST
Bitter Brown Leucopax - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)
Added on January 05, 2022
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Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)

Observer

fungibartl

Date

December 2, 2017 09:58 AM PST

Description

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Bitter Brown Leucopax - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)
Added on January 05, 2022
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Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)

Date

January 10, 2016 03:36 PM PST
Bitter Brown Leucopax - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)
Added on January 05, 2022
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Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)

Date

January 4, 2016 01:15 PM PST
Bitter Brown Leucopax - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)
Added on January 05, 2022
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Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)

Date

February 2, 2015 02:52 PM PST
Bitter Brown Leucopax - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Bitter Brown Leucopax (Leucopaxillus gentianeus)
Added on January 05, 2022
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Field and Button Mushrooms (Genus Agaricus)

Date

April 7, 2018

Description

Datos de Yopal: registrado en Bosque Seco Tropical (temporada de lluvia). Precipitación mínima de 15 – 25 mm en los meses de enero y diciembre, precipitación máxima 350 mm y 300 mm en los meses de mayo, junio y julio; con menos de 60 mm de lluvia en el mes más seco y precipitación anual superior a 1270 mm. Cuenta con valores mínimos de humedad relativa a inicio del año (65%), y valores más altos en junio, julio, agosto y septiembre (90-85%). Cuenta con una altura sobre el nivel del mar entre 0 y 1000 m, una pluviosidad entre 2000 y 4000 mm y temperatura promedio mayor de 24 °C, con amplitud de temperatura máxima de 8 °C, como se referencia en DANE. Los máximos valores de temperatura no sobrepasan los 36 °C y los mínimos valores no logran bajar los 19 °C que se presentan en febrero y en julio, respectivamente. Temperatura media anual mayor de 20 °C, con una estación seca y una lluviosa bien definidas (Bustamante et al., 2017; DANE, 1999; Castro y Sosa, 2017).

Se observa con frecuencia plantas representativas de la zona como Yarumo (Cecropia peltata), Jobo (Spondias mombin), Cedro (Cedrela odorata), Nauno (Albizzia guachepele), Cañafistol (Cassia moschata), Flor blanco (Tabebuia orinocensis), Uña de gato (Cynodon dactylon), entre otras.

Te dejo algunas recomendaciones para tus registros. Las fotografías y descripciones que hagas, te van a permitir identificar el ejemplar. Más información en: https://colombia.inaturalist.org/journal/teodoro_chivatabedoya/54937-registro-de-hongos-macromicetos

Hongos de Colombia (Bogotá, 2019):
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343651635_Hongos_de_Colombia_Contribucion_al_Conocimiento_de_la_Biota_Fungica_en_Ecosistemas_de_Humedal_Bosques_Andinos_Subparamos_y_Paramos_de_Bogota_DC

Bibliografía General de Macromicetos:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/19VZivWVc5ueyBABX73KIfBGei9smvMzh?usp=sharing

Otras recomendaciones en:
Grupo XYLARIA Hongos de Colombia ©2016
FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/groups/xylariahongosBogota/
INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/hongos_colombia/

Field and Button Mushrooms - Photo (c) Jason Hollinger, some rights reserved (CC BY)
pdvmushroom's ID: Field and Button Mushrooms (Genus Agaricus)
Added on January 04, 2022
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Fungi Including Lichens (Kingdom Fungi)

Observer

benjamin_ramsey

Date

August 21, 2021 05:02 PM EDT
Fungi Including Lichens - Photo (c) pbertner, all rights reserved
pdvmushroom's ID: Fungi Including Lichens (Kingdom Fungi)
Added on January 04, 2022
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Rufous Candy Cap (Lactarius rufulus)

Observer

sunkencity999

Date

January 2, 2022 10:09 PM PST
Common Milkcaps - Photo (c) Damon Tighe, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Common Milkcaps (Genus Lactarius)
Added on January 03, 2022
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Field Mushrooms and Allies (Family Agaricaceae)

Observer

elliotgreiner

Date

October 5, 2021 07:42 PM EDT
Field and Button Mushrooms - Photo (c) Jason Hollinger, some rights reserved (CC BY)
pdvmushroom's ID: Field and Button Mushrooms (Genus Agaricus)
Added on December 31, 2021
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Funnels (Genus Clitocybe)

Observer

marilynebdubois

Date

November 7, 2021 03:19 PM EST
Funnels - Photo (c) Jerry, some rights reserved (CC BY), uploaded by Jerry Cooper
pdvmushroom's ID: Funnels (Genus Clitocybe)
Added on December 29, 2021
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arjuna_ravikumar

Date

April 27, 2021 07:22 PM PDT
Agrocybe - Photo (c) Seattle.roamer, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
pdvmushroom's ID: Genus Agrocybe, a member of Common Gilled Mushrooms and Allies (Order Agaricales)
Added on December 21, 2021
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Red-cage Fungus (Clathrus ruber)

Observer

arjuna_ravikumar

Date

May 21, 2021 06:01 PM PDT
Red-cage Fungus - Photo (c) Dave Gough, some rights reserved (CC BY)
pdvmushroom's ID: Red-cage Fungus (Clathrus ruber)
Added on December 21, 2021
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Common Gilled Mushrooms and Allies (Order Agaricales)

Observer

preacher

Date

August 14, 2021 10:29 AM PDT
Coprinellus Sect. Disseminati - Photo (c) geliz, all rights reserved
pdvmushroom's ID: Coprinellus Sect. Disseminati (Section Disseminati)
Added on December 21, 2021
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Meadow Mushroom (Agaricus campestris)

Observer

brodongle

Date

November 7, 2021 11:18 AM UTC
Meadow Mushroom - Photo (c) Joshua Lincoln, all rights reserved
pdvmushroom's ID: Meadow Mushroom (Agaricus campestris)
Added on December 21, 2021
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Shaggy Parasol (Chlorophyllum brunneum)

Observer

supermushroom

Date

November 22, 2021 06:49 AM UTC
Shaggy Parasol - Photo (c) Noah Siegel, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
pdvmushroom's ID: Shaggy Parasol (Chlorophyllum brunneum)
Added on December 21, 2021
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Deathcap (Amanita phalloides)

Observer

vagrant58

Date

December 4, 2021 10:46 AM PST
Deathcap - Photo (c) Federico Calledda, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Deathcap (Amanita phalloides)
Added on December 20, 2021
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Golden Milkcap (Lactarius alnicola)

Observer

melinda831

Date

December 18, 2021 03:47 PM PST
Golden Milkcap - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
pdvmushroom's ID: Golden Milkcap (Lactarius alnicola)
Added on December 20, 2021
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