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Go to the NZFungi website for more indepth information on Hohenbuehelia luteola. Hohenbuehelia luteola


Present in region - Indigenous. Endemic

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Owner: J.A. Cooper

Caption: Fig. 52

Caption: Image from type, Kew
Owner: B.P. Segedin

Article: Stevenson, G. (1964). The Agaricales of New Zealand: V. Kew Bulletin 19(1): 1-59.
Description: Pileus 2-2.5 µm diam., pale yellowish, orbicular, velvety; flesh white, soft. Gills shortly decurrent, pale yellow, moderately crowded. Stipe 4 x 3 µm lateral, pale yellow, smooth to velvety. Spores 8-9 x 4.5-5 µm non-amyloid, thin-walled. Metuloids 45-50 x 15-20 µm pseudo-amyloid, very thick-walled, with crystals, abundant on gill faces (Fig. 52).
Habitat: On fallen wood, Waikanae, 1.1.1951, Stevenson (type).