WTU : Fungi
University of Washington Herbarium
Catalog #: WTU-F-002803
Taxon: Inocybe albodisca Peck
Family: Inocybaceae
ID Remarks: Sectioid or mummified. Fruiting bodies 2-3.5 centimeters tall, subepigeous to +/- erumpent, white becoming (4B3 M) greyish yellow from handling and exposure; appearing secotioid, veil connecting edge of bulb to cap margin, white, stipe whitish to creamy white, context with incarnate central area (disappears within 3-5 minutes on most), bulb rounded or nepriform, 1-2.5 centimeters long x 8-12 millimeters at apex and 6-13 millimeters at bulb rim. Cap margin strongly inrolled, convoluted, lamellae white to creamy white, some normal, others convoluted or ""confused"" looking. Some with obvious parasite--white ""mold."" Under scope with large clamps and hyphae fairly wide: 15-20 micrometers. Inocybe albodisca (normal) growing nearby, maybe from same mycelium and part is infected with Basidiomycete mold--eg. Christensenia on Collybia.
Collector: Ben Woo   MTS4472   
Date: 1997-11-01 - 1997-11-01
Verbatim Date: 11/1/97
Locality: U.S.A., Washington, Thurston, Tolmie State Park.
47.118761  -122.776854 +-653m.  WGS 84
Habitat: Near concrete pad and picnic tables, Pseudotsuga menziesii nearby with alder and maple.
Occurrence Remarks: Taste mild, odor none. Cuticle a cutis of repent[?] +/- interwoven hyphae, a few pileocystidia seen, clamps seen in global area, spores angular. Cystidia incrusted, scattered. Photo by B.W. and some notes.
Specimen Images
Record Id: 3e28b722-9ea0-42a9-ab85-d545389be6de
Occurrence ID (GUID): dbe9514d-dc73-435d-92c0-b3f436342279
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: David Giblin (wtu@u.washington.edu)
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