Key to the species Leratiomyces

Détails

Famille : Strophariaceae

Genre : Leratiomyces

Auteur : Machiel E. Noordeloos

Source : Strophariaceae s.l. Fungi Europaei, N° 13, Edizioni Candusso, 2011 (Adaptée pour L. riparius)

Derniere mise à jour : Nov 26, 2016

Clé

1. 
Pileus orange-red to red finally red-brown
1. 
Pileus pale brown, pale yellow-brown or ochre, sometimes with ochre-brown center

2. 
Pileus viscid when moist, chrysocystidia abundant
Leratiomyces ceres
2. 
Pileus more or less dry, chrysocystidia absent
Leratiomyces squamosus var. thraustus

3. 
Stipe without annulus, but at most with a fibrillose annuliform zone
3. 
Stipe with distinct membranous annulus, spores with central germ pore

4. 
Large species, pileus 25-80 mm broad, pale brown, yellow-brown, or orange-ochraceous, growing on woodchips etc., spores (12.5-) 13.0-16.0 (-16.6) x 7.0-9.0 μm, oval in profile view, with distinctly eccentric germ-pore
4. 
Small species, pileus 10-30 mm broad, bright yellow, growing on grass remnants in grasslands and open, ruderal places, spores 10.0-14.0 x 7.0-9.0 x 6.0-8.0 μm, flattened, sometimes hexagonal in profile view with central germ-pore
Leratiomyces laetissimus

5. 
Lamellae with olivaceous tinge when mature, spores relatively small, 11.0-13.5 (-14.5) x (6.0-) 6.5-8.5 (-9.0) μm
Leratiomyces squamosus var. squamosus
5. 
Lamellae without olivaceous tinge when mature, spores larger, 12.0-16.5 x 7.0-10.0 μm
Leratiomyces magnivelaris

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