|Species: Gliophorus species|
|I origanly fought this was G. viscaurantius but are not so sure now as|
G. viscaurantius has decuernt gills were these do not. Unfortunitly there are no other Gliophorus species that have yellow gills. So can only assume it a species not yet described.
DESCRIPTION: Pileus -20 mm, convex; reddish brown to brown darker in centre, paler blue to grey towards striate margin, fading to grey as it dries; glutinous, glabrous, hygrophanous. Lamellae 10-14 (1-3), adnexed; dark yellow or sometimes white, changing to pink as it dries, edges entire, concolorous, glutinous thread absent. Stipe 15-35 x 1.5-3 mm, cylindrical, equal tapering at base; concolorous with pileus becoming ochre yellow near and at base; visid, fistulose, single. Context not looked at. Odour not distinctive, Taste not tried. Chemical reactions on pileus: KOH - bright orange/yellow
Spores 8-9 x 4-6 µm, ellipsoid. Basidia not measured, 4-spored. Cystidia absent. Pileipellis an ixocutis.
ECOLOGY: Scattered; saprobic on soil among litter in broad-leaved conifer forest (Dacrycarpus). June
DISTRIBUTION: NZ (AK).
|Common name: None|
Found: Broad-leaved Forest
|Height: 45 mm|
Width: 25 mm
Season: Late Autumn
|Scale = 6.2 mm.|
|Scale = 7 mm.|
|Scale = 3.8 mm.|
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