Monday, June 9, 2014

Scout Road Park 05.06.2014

There are lots of Brown Mottlegill popping up on the park again this year. 

Brown Mottlegill (Panaeolina foenisecii). They have a hygrophanous cap which dries from the centre outwards and brown mottled gills.

As they age the caps can become cracked and wrinkled.

The cheilocystidia are bottle shaped and wavy with a blunt apex.

Lemon shaped, rough spores. 12-15 x 7.5-10 microns.

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