Hygrocybe ceracea (Wulfen) P. Kumm., (butter waxcap)

11 Oct 2006 at OSGR: SK15 in Staffs, England

Record Summaryin short acid grassland
Found asFruitbody
Date11 October 2006
OS grid refOSGR: SK15
Lat/Lon53° 0' N, 1° 50' W
Vice CountyStaffs, VC no: 39
Voucher11 Oct 2006[H]
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Notes: Cap: yellow, sticky.
Stipe: yellow, dry.
Gills: arcuate decurrent becoming decurrent.
Gill trama: sausage-shaped cells (both caps).

Spores (orange cap): narrowly oblong, a few constricted, 6-9/3-4µm
(yellow cap) 6-8/3-4µm, narrowly oblong, a few weakly constricted or phaseoliform.

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