Systematics Collections Data

PDD 87114 – Mycena sp. 'Nile River (PDD 87114)' J.A. Cooper ined.

Data Provider:
New Zealand Fungarium - Te Kohinga Hekaheka o Aotearoa
Barcode:
PDD 87114
Specimen Type:
Packet
Loan Status:
Active
Database Record Added:
01 April 2010
Database Record Updated:
12 July 2018
Components
Primary Component
Active Identification
Determined Name:
Mycena sp. 'Nile River (PDD 87114)'
Determiner:
J.A. Cooper
Determination Date:
2015-04-23 (Verbatim: 23/4/2015)
Preferred Name:
Mycena sp. 'Nile River (PDD 87114)' J.A. Cooper ined.
Phylum:
Basidiomycota
Class:
Agaricomycetes
Order:
Agaricales
Family:
Mycenaceae
Identification Type:
Determination
Associations:
has host Cyathea smithii
Substrate:
mossy bark
Other Identifications
Identification
Determined Name:
Mycena mariae
Determiner:
J.A. Cooper
Determination Date:
Preferred Name:
Mycena mariae G. Stev.
Phylum:
Basidiomycota
Active:
no
Identification Type:
Determination
Identification
Determined Name:
Mycena JAC10015
Determiner:
J.A. Cooper
Determination Date:
2014-07 (Verbatim: 7/2014)
Preferred Name:
Mycena (Pers.) Roussel 1806
Phylum:
Basidiomycota
Active:
no
Identification Type:
Determination
Other Components
Active Identification
Determined Name:
Cyathea smithii
Determiner:
Determination Date:
Preferred Name:
Cyathea smithii Hook.f.
Family:
Cyatheaceae
Identification Type:
Determination
Present:
no
Collection Events
Primary Collection Event
Collection Event Type:
Unknown
Standard Locality:
Nile River
Verbatim Locality:
Nile River
Collector:
J.A. Cooper
Collectors Reference No.:
JAC10015
Verbatim Date:
2006/05/12
Start Date:
2006-05-12
Country:
New Zealand
New Zealand Area Codes:
Buller
Habitat:
Beech-broadleaved forest
Specimen Notes
Public Note:
red-brown cap & red milk, smell nitrous, red gill edge. Basal hairs brown. 4-spored, amyloid 7-10x4-6 Q=1.8. Cheilocystidia broadly ventricose (to 15um) with pointed apex (just 1 furcate out of many), pleurocystidia with strongly dextrinoid granular content which makes them stand out. M. kuurkacea for Grgurinovic but seems doubtfully distinct from M. mariae, in same way that toyerlaricola is close to ura. This collection seems to be different to other collections of M. mariae - something different? Also macromorphology close to M. oratiensis except for red latex and different cheilocystidia (and not like the type, which is like M. lividorubra). Cystidia and spores differet to M. austroavenacea.
Assigned Reference Numbers
JA Cooper Fungarium:
JAC10015