Pseudosperma friabile
Pseudosperma friabile
Pseudosperma friabile
Pseudosperma friabile
Formerly Inocybe friabilis. ...."brownish-orange,
olivaceous,yellowish-brown, or dark brown, at times with
lighter colored margin or center with whitish velipellis.
Basidiomes small or slender and fragile, pileus 10-30 mm, conical,
stipe 15-55 x 1-4 (-5) mm
Lamellae tinged olivaceous, odor of green corn, pileus
yellowish-brown shading isabelline towards the
margin, long-rimose, under Quercus or in Quercus-Carya forests,
southeast U.S.
". From Key to species of Inocybe from eastern
North America
at Inocybaceae.org
Smooth spores.
Pseudosperma friabile spores
Pseudosperma friabile