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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Roy Betts » Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:17 pm
The Cambridge image is also, I would say, a Conocybe (in Sub-Genus Pholiotina as suggested). Continental authors have raised Pholiotina to Generic level (ie: Conocybe types with rings/appendiculate veils).
Like many fungi Genera (eg: Entoloma, Inocybe, Galerina, Hebeloma, Mycena, Agaricus, Lepiota, Russula) so with Conocybe: you need a microscope to get to species level with many of the examples that you come across.
With a microscope, a few chemicals and a good key most people could name most Conocybes after a little practice.
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