Species: Gliophorus pallidus HorakGo Back
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Description:
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The orange tones of this species tend to fade as it ages, till it's almost white and not a green species that has faded to white as some have suggested. A short time ago, this species was combined with G. graminicolor, something I don't agree with, so I have kept them separate on this website. Recent sequencing has confirmed that this is not G. graminicolor.  
Common name: None
Found: Lowland podocarp broad-leaved forest
Substrate: Ground
Spore: White
Height: 40 mm
Width: 20 mm
Season: Autumn
Edible: No
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Macro images:
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Gliophorus pallidusScale bar 
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  Scale = 7 mm.
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Gliophorus pallidusScale bar 
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  Scale = 6.6 mm.
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Gliophorus pallidusScale bar 
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  Scale = 6 mm.
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Gliophorus pallidusScale bar 
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Old fruiting body's showing the loss of colour.Scale = 6.6 mm.
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Gliophorus pallidusScale bar  
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  Scale = 5 mm.
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Gliophorus pallidusScale bar  
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  Scale = 6.5 mm.
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Gliophorus pallidusScale bar  
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It's not uncommon to find this species with a slight yellow tinge, these even dry a different colour.  Scale = 6.5 mm.
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