Conocybe arrhenii (Fr.) Kits van Wav.
(ringed conecap)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
SpeciesConocybe arrhenii (ringed conecap)
GenusPholiotina (ringed conecaps)
FamilyBOLBITIACEAE (fieldcap and conecap toadstools)
OrderAGARICALES (mushrooms and toadstools)
ClassAGARICOMYCETES (a class of fungi)
SubphylumAGARICOMYCOTINA
PhylumBASIDIOMYCOTA (spore droppers)
KingdomFUNGI (true fungi)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)
Records of Conocybe arrhenii (Ringed Conecap) :
1: Conocybe arrhenii (Ringed Conecap)
24 Sep 1980 OSGR: SU18 51° 30' N, 1° 40' W Vice County: North Wilts (VC 7) England
in barley stubble in cultivated field
Image 1: Caps - oblique view - in situImage 2: CollectionImage 3: Collection (2)Image 4: Fruitbodies - side view - in situImage 5: Fruitbodies - side view showing gills and stipe - lain downImage 6: Fruitbodies - side view showing gills and stipe - lain down (2)Image 7: Caps - oblique view - in situ - enlargedImage 8: Gills and stipe apex - close-up - enlargedImage 9: Gills and stipe apexes - close-up - enlargedImage 10: Cap cuticle - scalp - magnifiedImage 11: Cheilocystidia - magnifiedImage 12: Spores - highly magnifiedImage 13: DescriptionImage 14: Description - contd

Conocybe arrhenii (Ringed Conecap) may be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 1 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Conocybe arrhenii (Ringed Conecap)
The small brown toadstool with cellular cap cuticle and a neat little ring. It grows in small groups in the autumn in deciduous woodlands, parks and along roadsides.
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