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Amillaria cepistipes?

Observed: 12th December 2011 By: Blewit Boy
Cardiff Naturalists' Society
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Description:

Dark caps with yellowish stems.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Armillaria interacts

Comments

flaxton's picture

As A cepistipes is very rare

As A cepistipes is very rare with only one substantiated find I would say probably A ostoyae

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Okay..........

Okay thanks Mal. It says in Roger Phillips that A.cepistipes is common. I suppose that doesn't apply to Britain?

chris

flaxton's picture

Martincito A gallica

Martincito
A gallica (bulbosa) normally has an almost Cortinarius like ring rather than this fairly substantial one.

Martincito's picture

Thanks!