Fistulinella viscida
(McNabb) Singer (1978)
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Description:
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An interesting species in that it has a stick cap when fresh, previously known as Mucilopilus violaceiporus. More recently, this has been renamed to Fistulinella viscida while the similar species found under beech is called Fistulinella violaceiporus. The two can only be told apart by their habitat. 
Common name: None
Found: Under Leptospermum
Substrate: Ground
Spore: Light brown
Height: 90 mm
Width: 50 mm
Season: Autumn
Edible: Unknown
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Macro images:
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Fistulinella viscida
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Scale= 11 mm.
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Fistulinella viscida
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Scale= 10 mm.
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Fistulinella viscida
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Scale= 8 mm.
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Fistulinella viscida
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Scale= 11 mm.
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Fistulinella viscida
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Scale= 6 mm.
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Micro images:
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Fistulinella violaceipora
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Magnification = 400x
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Hymenophoral Trama: Hyphae 2.5 - 8 µm diam., bilateral boletoid type.
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Fistulinella violaceipora
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Magnification = 1000x
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Spores: Pallid meleous, subfusiform 13 - 18 (-21) x 4 - 6.5 µm, smooth.
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