Inocybe fastigiata (Schaeff.) Quél.
Igor MUOB 244843
Verbatim Date: 2016-7-12
Kazakhstan, Karaganda District, Karkaraly National Park
Inocybe fastigiata (Schaeff.) Quél. It is similar to observation 112073 Cap: 3-6 cm wide, oval or conical, then bell-shaped or convex with a knob up to almost flat with sharp, minor wide knob; dull yellow minor orange-yellow, dull orange-brown or light brownish-yellow and knob is darker; margin upturning or radial split when old; surface fibrous and radial lined with tiny cracks. Gills: attached with notched edge (pinching out end), whitish or light cream or some brownish up to reddish-brown when old, close and narrow up to moderately broad with short and very short additional gills, sometimes reddish-brown tiny spots. Stalk: 5-9 cm long, 0.4-1.2cm thick, slightly enlarged down, white or whitish and fine silky up to brownish-white then reddish-brown when old, fibrous and hollow. Edibility: poisonous. Habitat: single or scattered small groups in pine-tree forest with some birches Season: July-August
Rights Holder: MO Observers
Record Id: 7beb8986-8f96-470e-bb92-c30a93a1ef1b