No Common Name Singerocybe adirondackensis (Peck) Zhu LO. Yang & J. Qin  Synonyms: Clitocybe adirondackensis.

Status:

Found single, scattered, or in groups on leaf litter or duff under hardwoods and conifers.

Description:

Cap: Pale brown or gray to off-white; convex soon becoming funnel-shaped; smooth; white flesh. Gills: Off-white, decurrent, crowded, forked. Stalk: Color of cap, smooth; extensive white mycelium at base. Odor: Unpleasant, fishy or rancid (crush a small piece of flesh). (J. Solem, pers. comm.)

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Singerocybe adirondackensis (funnel-shaped cap) in Howard Co., Maryland (6/12/2018). Photo by Anne Looker. (MBP list)

Singerocybe adirondackensis (gills and portion of stalk) in Howard Co., Maryland (6/12/2018). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Singerocybe adirondackensis in Howard Co., Maryland (6/12/2018). Photo includes overall fruiting body showing mycelium at base of stalk. Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Spores of fruiting bodies of a Singerocybe adirondackensis specimen collected in Howard Co., Maryland (6/12/2018). Ellipsoid, smooth, hyaline; measured 3.8-5.3 x 2.8-3.1 microns. Color is artifact of photo. Photo by Robert Solem. (MBP list)


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