Entoloma neglectum (Lasch) Arnolds
(a toadstool)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
SpeciesEntoloma neglectum (a toadstool)
SubgenusEntoloma (Paraleptonia) (a group of toadstools)
GenusEntoloma (pinkgills)
FamilyENTOLOMATACEAE (pinkgills)
OrderAGARICALES (mushrooms and toadstools)
ClassAGARICOMYCETES (a class of fungi)
PhylumBASIDIOMYCOTA (spore droppers)
KingdomFUNGI (true fungi)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)
Records of Entoloma neglectum (a toadstool) :
1: Entoloma neglectum (a toadstool)
23 Sep 2006 OSGR: SK15 53° 0' N, 1° 50' W Vice County: Derby (VC 57) England
Image 1: Fruitbody - LSImage 2: Fruitbody - side view showing gills - pale backgroundImage 3: Gill edge showing basidia - magnifiedImage 4: Gill edge showing capitate hairs - magnifiedImage 5: Spores - magnifiedImage 6: Spores - magnified (2)Image 7: Spores - highly magnified
2: Entoloma neglectum (a toadstool)
19 Sep 2006 OSGR: SK15 53° 0' N, 1° 50' W Vice County: Derby (VC 57) England
near rabbit scrape
Image 1: Fruitbody - in situ - close-upImage 2: Fruitbody - in situ - close-up (2)Image 3: Fruitbody - lain down to show gills and stipe - close-upImage 4: Basidium and utriform cell in gill edge - magnifiedImage 5: Clavate cell in gill edge - magnifiedImage 6: Spores - magnifiedImage 7: Spores - magnified (2)Image 8: Spores - highly magnified

Entoloma neglectum (a toadstool) may be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 2 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Entoloma neglectum (a toadstool)
A small pale Eccilia with an opaque, pale, slightly depressed to deeply umbilicate cap, broadly adnate to decurrent gills and a white stem. This latter separates it from the commoner E. undatum. Found in mossy grassland, esp if slightly calcareous, but also in Sphagnum bogs. Previously known as Eccilia cancrina.
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