Suillus pseudobrevipes - Photo (c) Alan Rockefeller, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY), subido por Alan Rockefeller
Identificación de ssquazzo: Suillus pseudobrevipes, un miembro de Pambazos Viscosos (Género Suillus)
Añadido el 27 febrero 2024
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stucumber

Fecha

Junio 2023
Roesleria - Photo (c) Brian Hunt, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY), subido por Brian Hunt
Identificación de ssquazzo: Género Roesleria, un miembro de Hongos Ascomicetes Y Líquenes (Subfilo Pezizomycotina)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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stucumber

Fecha

Mayo 2023
Matacandiles de Tinta - Photo (c) Tom Norton, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY), subido por Tom Norton
Identificación de ssquazzo: Matacandiles de Tinta (Género Coprinus)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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rudydiaz

Fecha

Junio 18, 2023 a las 10:50 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Ascospores ovoid, single celled, 6.3-7.2 x 3.7-4.2 μm, grayish-brown with germ pore (maybe at both ends), some specimens guttulate. Asci IKI-. Setae 350-370 μm, roughened.

Xanthiomyces spinosus - Photo (c) Rudy Diaz, todos los derechos reservados, subido por Rudy Diaz
Identificación de ssquazzo: Xanthiomyces spinosus, un miembro de Hongos Ascomicetes Y Líquenes (Subfilo Pezizomycotina)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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entolomatoid

Fecha

Noviembre 11, 2021 a las 03:49 TARDE PST

Descripción

Voucher collection DLL-MM10 consisting of 3 scattered basidiomata was collected on 11 November 2021 in a redwood branchlet humus in a Redwood Dominated Forest in Ridgewood, Humboldt County, California.
Sharon Squazzo obtained an ITS sequence of this voucher collection and determined that its was a 100% match to the sequences of DLL 10520, 10523 (Inat 171868045), 10533 (iNat193540206), and Buck McAoo (INat 30337093).
Description of the Microscopic Features of MM10
Basidiospores 5-6 distinct angles, rhomboid spores absent, spore apex acute to obtuse, typically with a single globule, isodiametric to heterodiametric, on the average heterodiametric, 8.0–11.0 × 6.6–9.0 μm (x = 9.2 ± 0.58 × 7.3 ± 0.52 μm; Q = 1.1–1.5; Qavg =1.26 ± 0.10; n = 75).
Basidia clavate and tapered narrow base, filled with amorphus granules that are not brilliant, 35.0–49.5 × 9.1–14.5 μm (x = 42.8 ± 3.9 × 12.2 ± 1.3 μm; Q = 2.6–4.5; Qavg =3.55 ± 0.46; n = 35); 4-sterigmate, sterigma length 2.0–7.5 μm (n = 47).
Gill Edge partially sterile. Cheilocystidia abundant, colorless, lanceolate to often rostrate ventricose and rather slender at first, 69.5–97.5 × 6.0–12.5 μm (x = 80.5 ± 10.5 × 10.0 ± 2.88 μm; Q = 6.2–13.3; Qavg =8.91 ± 3.01; n = 5), rostrum 3.0–5.0 μm long. Pleurocystidia scattered, colorless, similar in shape to the cheilocystdia, 6.0–81.0 × 5.5–13.5 μm (x = 68.25 ± 7.74 × 9.79 ± 2.44 μm ; E = 4.71–13.07; Q =7.47 ±
In tangential sections of the pileus, gill sections the width of hymeniun is ~95 to 99 wide, the subhymenium ~ 6.07–19.12 μm (x = 4) wide
Lamellar trama hyphae ~64.0–155.5 (n = 4) wide in gill sections, subparallel and longitudinally entangled, moderately long to long and narrow to only moderately broad, 30.0–84.0 × 3.0–13.0 μm (x = 56.3 ± 17.0 × 9.0 ± 2.5 μm; Q = 3.6–12.0; Qavg = 6.6 ± 2.52; n = 10).
Pileipellis a trichodermium on the disc 70–290 μm deep (n = 14); composed of multicellular entangled hyphae with the terminal 3-7 cells with a brown to dark brown intracellular, uniform pigment, erect to suberect triangular clusters of hyphae the disc and to the pileus center, and prostrate elsewhere. Pileocystidia broadly cylindro-clavate to clavate, 21.0–111.0 × 5.0–18.5 μm (x = 54.2 ± 23.5 × 10.0 ± 2.83 μm; Q = 2.2–13.9; Qavg =5.7 ± 2. 7; n = 35). Subpellis intergrades imperceptively with pileus trama.
Pileal Tramal Hyphae in radial sections of the pileus very entangled and more less longitudinall arranged, 22.0–76.5 × 4.0–10.5 μm (~ = 43.5 ± 18.5 × 7.5 ± 2.3 μm; Q = 3.0–8.8; Q =6.0 ± 1.95; n = 9).
Stipitipellis a cutis, 17.0–39.0 μm (n = 4) deep and composed of 3-5 prostrate hyphae; Caulocystidia rare, erect to semi-erect, clavate and not distinctive, 52.5–53. 5 × 3.0–4.0 μm (x = 2).
Stipe Tramal Hyphae in longitudinal sections of the stipe, short to very long and narrow to moderately broad, 38.0–468.0 × 8.0–29.0 μm (x = 217.o ± 121.0 × 21.5 ± 5.55 μm; Q = 2.4–30.6; Qavg =10.8 ± 7.0; n = 24).
Clamps connections absent in the pileipellis, hyphae of the pileus trama, stipitipellis, hyphae of the stipe trama and lamellar trama;, cystidia; present but difficult to observe.
Pigmentation brown to dark brown, intracellular and uniform in the terminal 3-7 -cells of the pileipellis; minutely encrusted on the walls of the hyphae of the gill trama and the hyphae of the stipe trama.
Oleiferous Hyphae abundant in pileus and stipe tramas, so abundant in lamellar that it obscures the hyphae.
Lipoidal Globules absent.

Identificación de ssquazzo: Complejo Entoloma rhombisporum, un miembro de Setas Y Parientes (Familia Entolomataceae)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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entolomatoid

Fecha

Febrero 24, 2024 a las 08:21 TARDE PST

Descripción

Voucher Collection of 10525 DLL was collected in a conifer forest on 13 November 2021 and basidiomata were scattered in redwood branchlet humus, in Cutten, Humboldt County, California. A complete description of the macroscopic features of fruiting bodies is available.
An ITS sequence was obtained by Sharon Squazzo who determined that this sequence was a 100% match to the sequences of DLL 10520, 10523 (Inat 171868045), 10533 (iNat193540206), MM10 and Buck McAoo (INat 30337093).
Description of the Microscopic Features of 10525dll
Basidiospores 5–6-angled, angles distinct, apex acute, obtuse, or flat, typically single droplet, in profile view subsodiametric to heterodiametric, on the average decidedly heterodiametric, 9–11.5 × 7.0–9.5 μm (xavg = 10.4 ± 0.56 × 8.2 ± 0.51 μm; Q = 1.1–1.4; Qavg =1.27 ± 0.08; n = 89).
Basidia clavate and tapered to a narrow base, a few with granules, separate easily, sides typically smooth, rarely with one or very rarely two indentations, 35.0–52.0 × 7.0–14.0 μm (xavg = 42.2 ± 3.34 × 11.7 ± 1.44 μm; Q = 2.9–5.3; Qavg =3.66 ± 0.53; n = 52); typically 4-sterigmate, rarely 2-sterigmate, sterigma length 1.00–6.39 μm (n = 50).
Gill Edge sterile in cross sections of the lamellae partially sterile but not on the entire lamellae; Hymenium 32.0–51.5 μm (n = 7). Subhymenium composed of tightly entangled hyphae, 8.5–15.0 μm wide (n = 8; Gill Trama 76.0–200.0 μm (n = 6) subbparallel and longitudinally entangled.
Lamellar Trama Hyphae in squash mounts of the gills, long to very long and narrow to broad, 35.0–153.0 × 4.5–20.0 μm (xavg = 81.3 ± 29.98 × 9.8 ± 3.55 μm; Q = 3.6–21.0; Qavg =9.1 ± 4.07; n = 47.
Cheilocystidia more abundant on one end of the lamellar edge, typically protruding 24.0–56.5 μm (n = 14) beyond the hymenium, solitary to scattered in the middle of the gill edge, at times very abundant, easily verifiable in mounts of a single lamellae if the cystidia protrude beyond the hymenium, colorless, thin-walled, aciculate to aculeate, then lanceolate, and most commonly rostrate ventricose with the rostrum narrow or cylindrical, short to very long and often capiculate or cylindrically lanceolate, 48.0–119.0 × 4.5–21.5 μm (xavg = 84.8 ± 16.07 × 12.2 ± 4.09 μm; Q = 2.6–19.5; Qavg =7.83 ± 3.37;n = 38).
Pleurocystidia similar to the cheilocystidia in shape and size47.67–118.73 × 4.43–21.55 μm (x = 84.81 ± 16.07 × 12.22 ± 4.09 μm ; E = 2.64–19.41; Q =7.83 ± 3.37;n = 38)..
Pileipellis in radial sections of the pileus up to 177–400 μm (n = 7). deep in the pileus center, elsewhere 65–128 μm deep; in the pileus center a trichodermium with the terminal 10 cells pigmented, erect and tightly entangled; these terminal cells are semi-erect to somewhat erect near the pileus center and entirely prostrate from the middle to the pileus margin; Pileocystidia cylindrical to narrowly clavate in shape, rarely clavate, 20.0–72.0 × 6. 0–11.5 μm (xavg = 47.1 ± 11.7 × 9.1 ± 1.43 μm; Q = 2.7–8.2; Qavg =5.3 ± 1.37; n = 28).
Subpellis not differentiated from the pileal trama.
Pileal Trama in radial sections of the pileus composed of a colorless layer from the pileipellis to the hymenium; Pileal Tramal Hyphae loosely to tightly entangled and subparallel, individual hyphae long to very long and narrow to broad, 14.0–73.0 × 2.0–13.0 μm (xavg = 36.3 ± 16.5 × 6.4 ± 3.00 μm; Q = 2.4–13.0; Qavg =6.42 ± 2.93; n = 25).
Stipitipellis 21.–58.0 μm (n = 7 )deep.. The stipe apex composed hymenial elements at the stop ½ inch; Caulocystidia similar in shape and form very smaller than the hymenial cystidia.
Stipe Tramal Hyphae composed of subparallel and longitudinally entangled hyphae in longitudinal sections of the stipe; individual hyphae were measured in squash mounts of the stipe trama, 17.5–171.0 × 8.0–26.5 μm (xavg = 92.2 ± 36.60 × 14.5 ± 4.01 μm; Q = 1.11–18.16; Qavg = 6.8 ± 3.36; n = 37).
Clamp connections absent in all tissues.
Pigmentation brown, intracellular and uniform in the pileipellis, colorless in the stipipellis; possibly colorless in the lamellar hyphae; some the stipe tramal hyphae with encrustations that are often difficult to determine. .
Oleiferous Hyphae abundant in the tramas of the pileus, stipe, and lamellae.
Lipoidal Hyphae absent.
Stipe Tramal Hyphae devoid of granules.

Identificación de ssquazzo: Complejo Entoloma rhombisporum, un miembro de Setas Y Parientes (Familia Entolomataceae)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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entolomatoid

Fecha

Noviembre 13, 2021 a las 12:52 TARDE PST

Descripción

Voucher Collection of 10525a DLL was collected in a conifer forest on 13 November 2021 and four basidiomata were scattered in redwood branchlet humus, in Cutten, Humboldt County, California. A complete description of the macroscopic features of fruiting bodies is available.
An ITS sequence was obtained by Sharon Squazzo and her analysis indicates the ITS sequence of 10525a matched the sequences of DLL collections 10497, 10511 (iNat ), 10520a, ad 10528 (iNat 19353522)
Description of the Microscopic Features of 10525adll
Basidiospores 5–7-angled, angles distinct, apex acute, obtuse, or flat, typically with a single droplet, hilar appendage distinct, in profile view subisodiametric to heterodiametric, on the average decidedly heterodiametric, 8.5–11.5 × 6.0–8.0 μm (xavg = 10.2 ± 0.64 × 7.1 ± 0.47 μm; Q = 1.2–1.7; Qavg = 1.43 ± 0.10; n = 114).
Basidia clavate cylindro-clavate and tapered to a narrow or moderately broad base, often with abundant granules, some separate easily, 27.0–41.0 × 8.5–12.5 μm (xavg = 34.9 ± 2.96 × 11.0 ± 1.06 μm; Q = 2.8–4.6; Qavg = 3.3 ± 0.38; n = 42); 4–sterigmate, sterigma length 1.0–6.0 μm (n = 53).
Gill Edge partly sterile. In tangential section of the pileus and cross sections of the lamellae, Hymenium 33–45 μm (n = 4); Subhymenium of tightly entangled hyphae, yellowish-orange, 6.5–10.0 μm in width (n = 4); Gill Trama 82–102 μm (n = 2), subparallel and longitudinally entangled.
Lamellar Trama Hyphae in squash mounts of the gills, long to very long and narrow to broad, 36.0–245.0 × 5.5–21.5 μm (xavg = 112.8 ± 54.17 × 12.0 ± 4.05 μm; Q = 3.9–31.9; Qavg =9.9 ± 5.37; n = 37)
Cheilocystidia hardly to not protruding beyond the hymenium, in the edge of the same gill solitary to scattered in the middle of the gill edge, abundant near and at the gill edge near the stipe apex, easily verifiable in mounts of a single lamellae but not verifiable in cross section of the lamellae, colorless, thin-walled, nearly all distinctly inflated and versiform in shape (cylindrical, broadly cylindrical, clavate, typically vesiculate, sphaeropedunculate, napiform, turbinate, pyriform, and some nearly round), 8.0–47.0 × 4.5–16.5 μm (xavg = 28.64 ± 8.20 × 10.7 ± 2.68 μm; Q = 0.9–5.0; Qavg =2.78 ± 0.84; n = 56).
Pleurocystidia absent.
Pileipellis in radial sections of the pileus up to 142 (n = 17)μm deep in the pileus center, elsewhere 42–97 μm deep; in the pileus center composed of erect clusters multicelluar hyphae that are longtudinally tightly entangled, these clusters are semi-erect to somewhat erect near the pileus center and in prostrate clusters to near the middle, and entirely prostrate from the middle to the pileus margin; the terminal Pileocystidia and at least and the next 3-4 cells inflated, and with an intracellular uniform dark brown pigment, cylindrical, broadly cylindrical, clavate, obclavate, and rarely fusiform, many quite long and broad, 13.5–107.0 × 5.5–34.5 μm (xavg = 45.1 ± 19.31 × 16.1 ± 5.76 μm; Q = 1.2–11.1; Qavg =3.01 ± 1.51; n = 76)..
Subpellis not differentiated from the pileal trama
Pileal Trama in radial sections of the pileus composed of a dark layer beneath the pileipellis and colorless layer from the darl layer to the hymenium; Pileal Tramal Hyphae loosely to tightly entangled and subparallel, individual hyphae long to very long and narrow to broad, 36.0–245.0 × 6.0–21.5 μm (xavg = 112.8 ± 54.17 × 12.0 ± 4.05 μm; Q = 3.8–31.9; Qavg = 9.91 ± 5.37; n = 35).
Stipitipellis is 31 μm (n = 1) μm deep, a cutis of periclinal 5–7 colorles hyphae with the individual hyphae 2–6 μm wide; Caulocystidia considered absent as they are not distinctly different in shape or size of the terminal cells of the hyphae.
Stipe Tramal Hyphae composed of subparallel and longitudinally entangled hyphae in longitudinal sections of the stipe; individual hyphae were measured in squash mounts of the stipe trama, these were long to very long and narrow 22.0–420.0 × 6.0–33.0 μm (xavg = 135.3 ± 80.16 × 20.0 ± 21.58 μm; Q = 1.1–32.5; Qavg =8.57 ± 6.09; n = 57).
Clamp connections absent at the base of basidiole and the basidia; absent in all other tissues.
Pigmentation brown, intracellular and uniform in the pileipellis, colorless in the stipipellis; probably colorless in the lamellar hyphae, in the stipe trama some hyphae with encrustations on the outer wall.
Oleiferous Hyphae abundant in the tramas of the pileus, stipe, and lamellae.
Lipoidal Hyphae absent.
Stipe Tramal Hyphae devoid of granules.

Cyanula - Photo (c) Mike Potts, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND), subido por Mike Potts
Identificación de ssquazzo: Subgénero Cyanula, un miembro de Setas Y Parientes (Familia Entolomataceae)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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entolomatoid

Fecha

Noviembre 12, 2015 a las 11:19 MAÑANA PST

Descripción

Voucher collection 10494dll was collected on11 November 2015 in redwood branchlet, grass, and moss humus near a path in the Community Forest, Cutten, Humboldt County, northwestern California. Sharon Squazzo obtained an ITS sequence for this collection and her analysis of indicated it was 100% match to that of Dll 10516 (iNat 177919933)
Microscopic Features of 10494dll
Basidiospores 5-6 distinct angles, consistently with a multiglobules, subisodiametric to heterodiametric, on the average heterodiametric, 8.5–11.0 × 6.5–8.5 μm (xavg = 9.8 × 7.3 μm; Q = 1.2–1.5; Qavg =1.34 ± 0.08; n = 26).
Basidia clavate and tapered to narrow or moderately broad base, typicallywith no granules, 34.0–47.0 × 9.5–13.0 μm (xavg = 39.8 × 11. 5 μm; Q = 3.01–4.16; Qavg = 3.52 ± 0.33; n = 20), typically 4–sterigmate, sterigma length 1.5–6. 5 μm (n = 15).
Gill tramal in cross sections of lamellae subparallel and slightly entangled, Subhymenium, Hymenium not measured.
Gill Edge fertile. Cheilocystidia and Pleurocystidia absent.
Pileipellis in radial sections of the pileus and in immature fruiting bodies as well as mature fruiting bodies, a palisadoderm on the pileus disc, and up to 12.0–105.0 μm deep (n = 17) with the larger number on the disc and smaller number at the pileus margin, in mature fruiting bodies the hyphae elements have the 3-5 terminal cells inflated, these are erect on the disc, semierect near the disc to midway to the pileus margin and prostrate at the margin; Pileocystdidia broadly cylindrical, broadly clavate and rarely clavate, 15.0–105.0 × 7.5–38.0 μm (xavg = 40.4 × 14.4 μm; Q = 1.1–6.9; Qavg =2.90 ± 1.29; n 40).
In longitudinal sections of the stipe, the Stipitipellis at the stipe apex is composed of an entangled layer of hyphae to 27.0–40.5 at the stipe apex with the terminal cells erect to typically semi-ereic, elsewhere the stipitipellis is a 3-5 hyphae cutis and 5–7μm (n = 8) deep; Caulocystidia cylindric to cylindrical, colorless 18.0–72.0 × 3.5–8.0 μm (xavg = 34.6 × 5.6 μm; Q = 3.8–11.6; Qavg = .28 ± 2.16; n = 13)..
Clamp connections absent in all tissues.
Pigmentation uniform and intracellular in the pileipellis and pileocystidia dark brown, intracellular and uniform, in 3% KOH, brown and not soluble in in 3% KOH, colorless in the hyphae of the lamellar trama, pileus trama and stipe trama; probably colorless in the stipitipellis.
Oleiferous hyphae rare to scatter to the pileus, stipe, and lamellar trama,
Lipoidal Bodies absent.

Entoloma exalbidum - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Christian Schwarz
Identificación de ssquazzo: Entoloma exalbidum, un miembro de Setas Y Parientes (Familia Entolomataceae)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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entolomatoid

Fecha

Noviembre 2021

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Descripción

Four basidiomata of Voucher Collection of 10520 DLL were collected in a conifer forest on 13 November 2021 and were scattered in redwood branchlet humus on the edge of a logging road, in Cutten, Humboldt County, California. A complete description of the macroscopic features of fruiting bodies is available. An ITS sequence was obtained by Sharon Squazzo who determined that this sequence was a 100% match to the sequences of DLL 10523 (Inat 171868045), 10525, 10533 (iNat193540206), MM10 and Buck McAoo (INat 30337093).

Identificación de ssquazzo: Complejo Entoloma rhombisporum, un miembro de Setas Y Parientes (Familia Entolomataceae)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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sulcatus

Fecha

Noviembre 2023

Descripción

SDA1561

Identificación de ssquazzo: Cortinarius vinaceobrunneus, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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sulcatus

Fecha

Noviembre 2023

Descripción

SDA1560 (15960)

Humolentes - Photo (c) Danny Miller, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Danny Miller
Identificación de ssquazzo: Sección Humolentes, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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sulcatus

Fecha

Octubre 2023

Descripción

SFA1467

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Bulbopodium - Photo (c) Sigrid Jakob, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY), subido por Sigrid Jakob
Identificación de ssquazzo: Subgénero Bulbopodium, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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stucumber

Fecha

Mayo 2023
Mallocybe substraminipes - Photo (c) Nicolas Schwab, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Nicolas Schwab
Identificación de ssquazzo: Mallocybe substraminipes, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2024
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flygrl67

Fecha

Febrero 2020

Descripción

Growing under Quercus agrifolia; KOH rxn last 2 images in photo set

Calonarius - Photo (c) Federico Calledda, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Federico Calledda
Identificación de ssquazzo: Género Calonarius, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 25 febrero 2024
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sulcatus

Fecha

Noviembre 2023

Descripción

SDA1560 (15960)

Calonarius - Photo (c) Federico Calledda, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Federico Calledda
Identificación de ssquazzo: Género Calonarius, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 25 febrero 2024
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sulcatus

Fecha

Noviembre 19, 2023 a las 10:38 MAÑANA PST

Descripción

SDA1559

Cortinarius perplexus - Photo (c) Warren Cardimona, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Warren Cardimona
Identificación de ssquazzo: Cortinarius perplexus, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 25 febrero 2024
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sulcatus

Fecha

Noviembre 2023

Descripción

SDA1557

Cortinarius glaucopus - Photo (c) pinonbistro, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por pinonbistro
Identificación de ssquazzo: Cortinarius glaucopus, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 25 febrero 2024
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sulcatus

Fecha

Noviembre 18, 2023 a las 03:49 TARDE PST

Descripción

SDA1556

Calonarius xanthodryophilus - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Christian Schwarz
Identificación de ssquazzo: Calonarius xanthodryophilus, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 25 febrero 2024
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sulcatus

Fecha

Noviembre 2023

Descripción

SDA1531

Telamonia - Photo (c) mycowalt, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA), subido por mycowalt
Identificación de ssquazzo: Subgénero Telamonia, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 24 febrero 2024
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Pluteus brunneidiscus - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Christian Schwarz
Identificación de ssquazzo: Pluteus brunneidiscus, un miembro de Plúteos, Volvarias Y Parientes (Familia Pluteaceae)
Añadido el 23 febrero 2024
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stucumber

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Abril 2023
Pluteus brunneidiscus - Photo (c) Christian Schwarz, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Christian Schwarz
Identificación de ssquazzo: Pluteus brunneidiscus, un miembro de Plúteos, Volvarias Y Parientes (Familia Pluteaceae)
Añadido el 23 febrero 2024
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rudydiaz
Rhizopogon - Photo (c) noah_siegel, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA), subido por noah_siegel
Identificación de ssquazzo: Género Rhizopogon, un miembro de Hongos de Esponja Y Parientes (Orden Boletales)
Añadido el 23 febrero 2024
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guy50

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Diciembre 18, 2023 a las 12:40 TARDE PST

Descripción

Under Quercus chrysolepis

Cortinarius - Photo (c) Bruce Newhouse, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND), subido por Bruce Newhouse
Identificación de ssquazzo: Género Cortinarius, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 23 febrero 2024
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guy50

Fecha

Diciembre 18, 2023 a las 12:40 TARDE PST

Descripción

Under Quercus chrysolepis

Caerulescentes - Photo (c) Marco Floriani, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Marco Floriani
Identificación de ssquazzo: Sección Caerulescentes, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 23 febrero 2024
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sulcatus

Fecha

Octubre 2023

Descripción

SFA1467

Etiquetas

Caerulescentes - Photo (c) Marco Floriani, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Marco Floriani
Identificación de ssquazzo: Sección Caerulescentes, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 23 febrero 2024
Principal

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

sulcatus

Fecha

Octubre 26, 2023 a las 04:34 TARDE PDT

Descripción

SDA1508

Caerulescentes - Photo (c) Marco Floriani, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por Marco Floriani
Identificación de ssquazzo: Sección Caerulescentes, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 23 febrero 2024
Principal

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

rudydiaz

Descripción

Jeffrey pine, cedar, black oak
Odor cucumber

Leucocybe candicans - Photo (c) pinonbistro, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por pinonbistro
Identificación de ssquazzo: Leucocybe candicans, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 23 febrero 2024
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

rudydiaz

Descripción

cedar, ponderosa

Calbovista subsculpta - Photo (c) 2001 California Academy of Sciences, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA)
Identificación de ssquazzo: Calbovista subsculpta, un miembro de Bejines, Pedos de Lobo Y Parientes (Familia Lycoperdaceae)
Añadido el 23 febrero 2024
Mejorando

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Hongos Alucinógenos Cabeza de Cono (Género Conocybe)

Observ.

rudydiaz
Hongos Alucinógenos Cabeza de Cono - Photo (c) Alan Rockefeller, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY), subido por Alan Rockefeller
Identificación de ssquazzo: Hongos Alucinógenos Cabeza de Cono (Género Conocybe)
Añadido el 22 febrero 2024
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

rudydiaz
Collybiopsis californica - Photo (c) corndog, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC), subido por corndog
Identificación de ssquazzo: Collybiopsis californica, un miembro de Hongos con Láminas (Orden Agaricales)
Añadido el 22 febrero 2024
Mejorando

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