Psathyrella candolleana
Psathyrella candolleana
Psathyrella candolleana
This ubiquitous mushroom grows from wood, often buried wood making it appear
terrestrial. Common in urban lawns and parks. Very fragile. The partial veil that
protects the gills when young breaks apart as the cap expends and often leaves
bits and pieces hanging from the cap margin.
 Psathyrella candolleana exhibits
different cap characteristics at various stages of development and under certain
weather conditions.  Spore print dark brown.
See Psathyrella candolleana at
MushroomExpert.Com
Psathyrella candolleana
Psathyrella candolleana
Psathyrella candolleana
Psathyrella candolleana
DNA work:
"Psathyrella of Indiana. 29 species across 152 sequenced collections. The
working list can be found below. We do need more spring Psathyrella
collections. They are underrepresented in this list. Particularly things you may
call P. pseudovernalis (P. umbrosa) or P. spadiceogrisea.
Psathyrella agrariella 4
Psathyrella albescens 4
Psathyrella amarescens 8
Psathyrella bipellis 3
Psathyrella candolleana 35
Psathyrella delineata 11
Psathyrella ephemera 1
Psathyrella friesii 2
Psathyrella impexa 1
Psathyrella kauffmanii (P. phegophila) 12
Psathyrella multipedata 1
Psathyrella orbitarum 1
Psathyrella piluliformis 4
Psathyrella psammophila 9
Psathyrella septentrionalis 5
Psathyrella spadiceogrisea 1
Psathyrella spintrigeroides 3
Psathyrella sulcatotuberculosa 1
Psathyrella umbrosa 1
Psathyrella "sp-IN01" 10
Psathyrella "sp-IN02" 3
Psathyrella "sp-IN03" 2
Psathyrella "sp-IN05" 3
Psathyrella "sp-IN06" 2
Psathyrella "sp-IN07" 3
Psathyrella "sp-IN08" 1
Psathyrella "sp-IN09" 1
Other species I have called Psathyrella in the field:
Coprinopsis "sp-IN02" 6
Parasola conopilea 2"
Steve Russell, Purdue. April 2020;
from "Indiana Mushrooms" Facebook group.

See
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