Hyphoderma roseocremeum

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Hyphoderma roseocremeum

6 April 2022 Stancomb Copse, Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin.

Fruiting Body

Forming a layer on the substrate, smooth, whitish to yellowish sometimes with a pinkish hue, margin well defined.

Flesh

Soft, whitish

Smell

Indistinct

Season

All year

Distribution

Rarely recorded, probably infrequent

Habitat

On rotten wood from deciduous trees

Microscopic Features

Spores cylindrical to narrowly ellipsoidal, smooth (8-12) x (3-4) µm2. Basidia 4 spored, clavate to suburniform. Hyphal system monomitic, hyphae 3 to 4 µm wide, clamped. Leptocystidia cylindrical, thin walled, smooth.

Edibility

Inedible

Hyphoderma roseocremeum

A crop from the previous image. 6 April 2022 Stancomb Copse, Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin.

Hyphoderma roseocremeum

Spores in Melzer's solution viewed with a x100 immersion objective. 6 April 2022 Stancomb Copse, Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin.

Hyphoderma roseocremeum

Leptocystidia in Congo Red solution viewed with a x40 immersion objective. 6 April 2022 Stancomb Copse, Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin.

Hyphoderma roseocremeum

Hyphae with clamped septa in Congo Red solution viewed with a x40 immersion objective. 6 April 2022 Stancomb Copse, Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin.