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Inocybe inodora 001 in sandy grassy soil with Oak, Sherwood Forest NNR Notts 2016-10-8 .JPG
11-Oct-2016

Inocybe inodora 001 in sandy grassy soil with Oak, Sherwood Forest NNR Notts 2016-10-8 .JPG

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Guest 09-Aug-2017 11:31
A rare single Inocybe in grass with oaks. Very few records. Characterized macroscopically by reddish-brown fibrous cap and somewhat swollen white base to stipe, cap small in relation to stem length; microscopically by the short, rather stout fusoid cystidia. 1st Notts record.
Guest 09-Aug-2017 11:24
A very rare Inocybe with just over 20 records nationally. It is characterized by its brown more or less conical cap with radially disposed, separated fibres, splitting margins and a whitish veil covering the whole surface not just at the inrolled edges. Microscopically it has no pleurocystidia and hyaline, thin-walled, clavate cheilocystidia. Here, in dry soil under sweet chestnut. A 1st Notts record.
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