Cortinarius largus Fr., (big-bellied webcap)

3 Oct 2001 at OSGR: SU57 in Berks, England

Record Summaryunder Beech
Found asFruitbody
Date3 October 2001
Associated organismFagus sylvatica
OS grid refOSGR: SU57
Lat/Lon51° 30' N, 1° 10' W
Vice CountyBerks, VC no: 22
Voucher3 Oct 2001[A]
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Notes: Same colony as 27/9/01[F]
Cap: pale "lavender", centre pale "fawn".
Gills: "D" when young.
Stipe: white, bruising streakily cinnamon.
Flesh: "B", mottled pale greyish "fawn", with pale greyish "fawn" line over gill.
Smell: none.
Spore print: orangeish "umber" = dark "fulvous"
Basidia: 4-spored.
Gill edge: fertile.
Spores: 10-11/6-7µm, punctate rough, margin visibly rough, amygdaliform, slighlty limoniform, not lying flat on the slide.

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