CAP cm broad, dark rusty red, "burnt sienna" when young, inrolled margin, expanding to plane or with slight umbo, glabrous except margin at first with slight veil roulette-online in age often with minute moist darker spots. Manroultte told that I excel at programing. Context concolorous with surface.
Macroscopicallythe genus Gymnopilus is characterized by usually lignicolous saprophytic fruiting bodies that are some shade of orange, tawny, red-brown, or yellow. Caps are dry or, less often, moist; never viscid. They may or may not have a veil; if they do, it may be fugacious, or it may leave an indistinct, or fibrillous, or membranous ring.
Spores are bright ferruginous, orange, to yellow-brown in mass. Taste is usually bitter terrestris and arenicola among exceptions. Microscopicallyspores mangoulette rough surfaced, from very finely to distinctly warty, sometimes with warts connected by ridges, sometimes punctate, thick walled, lacking a germ pore or a plage.
Gill edges are sterile, usually with prominent lageniform or fusiform and capitate cheilocystidia. Separated from Pholiota and other members of the Strophariaceae by the distinct eork ornamentation. Separated from Cortinarius by having brighter spore colors, and by the sterile gill edges. Separated from Galerina "by having the cap rarely striate, not hygrophanous and usually fleshier, and the thicker-walled spores, rather more strongly ornamented and usually lacking a hilar depression" Orton.
Galerina spores uniformly have aont plage. This key is an effort to sort out the Pacific Northwest species of Gymnopilus by means principally of macroscopic characters. Descriptions are derived and abbreviated mainly from Hesler's monograph and from Orton's contribution to the British Fungus FloraVol 7.
For microscopic details e. Incidence of species in the PNW is derived so far from the Hesler work, from specimens as labeled in the Univ. Woont descriptions in Hesler, taken from Murrill or others, are incomplete. CAP to 8 cm broad, convex, with umbo, ochraceous, becoming green spotted where bruised, dry, with conspicuous light reddish brown scales that are mxnroulette together at disc and sparse otherwise.
GILLS adnate, dingy brown to rust colored, broad, crowded, with undulate edges. STIPE thick to 6 cm long x 2 cm diamwider at base, concolorous. Part of type ownt in WA. CAP cm broad, woek to subplane, umbonate when young; amber brown, orange brown, orange, or ferruginous, somewhat paler on drying, glabrous, moist or at times subviscid; margin thin and fragile.
Context watery and concolorous, fading to warm buff. GILLS adnate to sinuate, often seceding; ochraceous-tawny, rusty brown, to ferruginous. STIPE 4- cm long, 3- mm thick; whitish or rusty brown to ferruginous, equal or base enlarged or tapering downward, glabrous, hollow. CAP cm broad, convex, sometimes with wavy inrolled margin, pale orange-brown to dark reddish brown, minutely and densely squamulose, plush-like to the naked eye.
GILLS adnate to decurrent, at first bright yellow, staining rusty or tawny where bruised, becoming yellow-ochre, eventually ferruginous. STIPE cm long, mm thick, pallid orange-buff to sordid-buff, staining brownish when bruised, especially at the base, appressed-fibrillose and striatulate, glabrous below scurfy apex, top gambling bonus often white-myceloid.
GILLS sinuate-adnate with a tooth; light yellow-brown to tawny. STIPE about 6 cm long, mm thick; whitish to concolorous with cap, striate, equal or base enlarged. WA has one collection by Stuntz from Lake Quinault, woro determ: CAP cm broad, moist, hygrophanous, warm buff to tawny-orange, margin inrolled. GILLS adnate, decurrent by a tooth, yellow then rusty, sometimes spotted, crowded.
STIPE cm long, mm thick at apex, pallid yellowish or orange-buff, dingy below, glabrous but fibrous-striate. Pleuro- cheilo- and caulocystidia. WA has Stuntz collection from Mississippi. CAP cm broad, convex then plane or subumbonate; "gold yellow to orange foxy" Moserdisc often with minute, brown, waxy dots; not viscid, margin even, at length striatulate.
STIPE 1- cm long, 2- mm thick, pallid or dingy orange, often eccentric, apex whitish or yellowish scurfy, tapering either way, "base white tomentose" Moser hollow. WA has no collections so labeled. See Gymnopilus luteofolius 5b. CAP pale yellowish tawny, closely appressed-fibrillose squamulose. Context yellowish, FeSO4 olive at gill line. GILLS adnate, deep yellow to light orange-brown,"clay color" to "tawny olive".
VEIL forming a submembranous ring. Context whitish or yellowish. GILLS adnate or slightly decurrent, "ochraceous at maturity probably yellow when young ," often crisped and wavy toward the stipe. CAP cm broad, dark rusty red, "burnt sienna" when young, inrolled margin, expanding to plane or with slight umbo, glabrous except margin at first with slight veil fragments; in age often with minute moist darker spots. Context yellowish when old.
GILLS adnexed to subdecurrent, initially buff, staining rusty orange when bruised. STIPE cm long, 12 mm thick, equal, pallid-orange-buff, at first paler with veil fibrils; base white-myceloid with numerous white rhizomorphs. VEIL white, fugacious or leaving faint evanescent zone. Smith on sawdust in Grants Pass, Oregon. CAP cm broad, obtuse to convex, expanding to plane; rusty red, "Hay's Russet", fading to "ochraceous orange," cap minutely squamulose lens.
Context concolorous with surface. GILLS adnate to adnexed, yellowish orange. VEIL arachnoid, yellowish, leaving evanescent zone. Smith, same date, same place, as G. STIPE cm long, mm thick, glabrous, but innately fibrillose, uniformly yellowish except at base where brown when bruised, solid or stuffed, then hollow, equal or sub-attenuated downward. VEIL yellowish, scanty, sometimes remnants on cap margin, fugacious.
Reported from Europe on soil. CAP cm, convex, expanding, light orange-brown, "Mars Yellow". GILLS emarginate with decurrent tooth, yellowish [when young]. STIPE cm long, mm thick, white, silky-striate. VEIL pallid, arachnoid, fugacious, remnants on stipe. CAP cm, convex, expanding plane or slightly depressed, "ochraceous buff," melleous, "ochraceous orange," "antimony yellow" [R], margin paler, darker in age, hygrophanous.
Context yellowish or pallid. ODOR not distinctive or slightly aromatic to raphanoid. GILLS adnate or sinuate with decurrent tooth, pale yellow to concolorous or ferruginous, sometimes stained or rust-spotted. STIPE cm long, mm thick, yellowish, usually staining brown fulvous-brownslightly fibrillose, equal or tapering downward, dark brown base, often white-myceloid, stuffed, then wont work.
VEIL arachnoid, slight, pallid, fugacious. WA has one specimen so labeled, from Michigan. GILLS adnate with tooth or slightly emarginate; saffron, yellowish cream or yellowish ochre, then darker, crowded, edge paler and minutely flocculose-denticulate. VEIL cortina-like, sometimes leaving fugacious manroluette zone.
CAP cm, convex expanding to plane or with a low umbo, dark reddish brown "Hays Russet" to dark rusty cinnamon, paler when old, glabrous, moist, hygrophanous; margin striate when moist. GILLS bluntly manrlulette depressed adnate, dark rusty cinnamon when?
STIPE cm long, VEIL leaves a faint, evanescent fibrillose zone near apex. Smith; WA has no collections so labeled. STIPE cm long, 1. Smith collection found on sandy soil at Longmire, Washington. GILLS adnexed, cremous sont to rusty red. WA has no collection free no download pokie machines labeled. GILLS deeply adnexed to nearly free, broad, bright pinkish cream "cinnamon buff" [R], spotted orange brown in some.
Smith, Prairie Creek Park, Calif. Often fibrillose and squamulose around the disc, becoming glabrous with age, dry, margin involute. Context acmera yellow, thin on margin. ODOR agreeable or not distinctive. GILLS adnate or sinuate to deeply emarginate, yellowish olive when young, becoming more drab, dotted with yellow or ferruginous stains, finally cinnamon, broad, inserted, close to subdistant, edges often stained yellowish tawny or ferruginous.
Cuticle a repent zone of brown hyphae, bearing a turf of slender, erect, filamentous to subventricose, capitate pileocystidia. Gill trama reddish brown and hymenium dark red in The roulette wheel. Caulocystidia, flask shaped and or ventricose, commonly non-capitate, forming a turf. Gymnopilus punctifolius Adolf Ceska. CAP rarely to 23! Context pallid or whitish, tinged greenish, or dull bluish green, when dry becoming yellowish to vinaceous.
GILLS "cream buff" to "pale ochraceous orange", lamellulae numerous, edges even to slightly rough. VEIL arachnoid, yellowish, slight, fugacious, leaving apical evanescent zone. May have oily, farinaceous odor. Gymnopilus aeruginosus Kit Scates Barnhart. CAP -8 cm broad, convex, obtuse, dry, when young dark red to reddish brown from dense fasciculate scales which become wodk, especially at disc, then fading pinkish red or yellowish red, finally yellowish; margin fibrillose or appressed-scaly.
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