Coprinopsis lotinae
Coprinopsis lotinae
Cap detail
Spores
Caulocystidium
Basidium
Pileipellis
Caulocystidium
Cheilocystidium
Immature specimen
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Coprinopsis lotinae (Picón) Picón, 2011
CS92 Buskett
(29/09/10)
CS132 Buskett
(26/10/10)
CS92 Cap detail
Immature specimen (1/11/10)
Description: Small agarics, solitary to scattered, on decaying wood (CS92) and on moss (CS132).
Pileus: Conical-campanulate to acutely conical with pointed tip, greyish coloured, dry, striated towards the edge, thick white fibrils present near edge of cap,
diameter 15mm, cap height 11-15mm.
Stipe: White, fragile, hollow, pruinose, straight but thickening slightly near the base (one specimen), 1.5-2mm diameter, 54-66mm height.
Gills: Adnate to emarginate, close, initially grey maturing to dark chocolate brown in colour, brittle.

Microscopy:
Pileipellis: Atomate.
Gill trama: Irregular made up of inflated cells.
Basidia: 4 spored.
Cheilocystidia: Utriform with rounded tips, 31-35µm x 12-14µm.
Pleurocystidia: Absent.
Caulocystidia: Present, utriform to inflated, 66-87µm x 18-30µm.
Spores: Ellipsoid-elongated, smooth with large central germ pore (2.0-2.7µm); L= 12.4-15.5µm, W = 6.0-7.2µm, Q=1.96-2.34, Qm=2.12
Cheilocystidia
Spores
Basidium
Caulocystidia
Caulocystidia
Pileipellis
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Identified by Andreas Melzer, personal communication
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