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Description:Entoloma testaceum (Bres.) Noordel. var. testaceum (tav. 82b, fig. 130)
Nolanea cetrata var. testacea Bres., Fungi Trident. 1: 77. 1877; Nolanea testacea (Bres.) P. D. Orton in Trans. Brit. mycol. Soc. 43: 179. 1960; Entoloma cetratum var. testaceum (Bres.) Noordel. in Rep. Kevo Subarctic Res. Stat. 17: 36. 1981; Entoloma testaceum (Bres.) Noordel. in Beih. Nova Hedwigia 91: 83. 1987
Escl.: Entoloma cetratum var. testaceum ss. Noordeloos in Rep. Kevo Subarctic Res. Stat. 17: 36.1981 (forma scura di E. cetratum). Also Nolanea testacea ss. Orton Trans. Br. Myc. Soc. 43: 335,1965.
Tipizzazione - Holotypus: non esiste; località di raccolta del tipo: Trentino, Alto Adige, Italy.
Pileus 20-60 mm broad, conical then conico-convex with distinct papilla, with straight margin, strongly hygrophanous, deeply translucently striate when moist, redbrown at centre, more yellow brown towards margin, strongly pallescent on drying to yellow brown, smooth, glabrous, strongly shiny-satiny on drying, sometimes with micaceous patches. Lamellae, L = about 50, l = 1-5, crowded, deeply emarginate to almost free, (narrowly) ventricose, 3-5 mm broad, pale yellowish brown then pinkish brown with entire to fimbriate, concolorous or brownish edge. Stipe 65-110 x 3-7(-10) mm, cylindrical or compressed, with distinctly broadened base, yellow brown paler than pileus, strongly fibrillose striate with silvery white fibrils, minutely pruinose at apex or allover, white tomentose at base. Context very brittle, concolorous with surface. Smell farinaceous to rancid.Taste oily rancido
Spores 9.0-11.5(-12.0) x 7.0-8.5 µm, Q = 1.2-1.5, bluntly 5-7 angled in side view. Basidia 4-spored, clamped. Lamella edge heterogeneous. Cheilocystidia 25-60 x 5-11 µm, cylindrical or narrowly clavate, rarely subcapitate, clamped. Pileipellis a cutis of cylindrical hyphae, 3.5­9 µm wide, subpellisnot differentiated. Pigment pale brown, intracellular in pileipellis and pale parietal in pileipellis and pileitrama, never encrusting. Stipitepellis a cutis of loosely arranged, cylindrical hyphae, 2-10 µm wide with scattered or numerous free terminal and patent endings (caulocystidia), 20-75 x 3-11 µm. Clamps present in hymenium, and scattered also in covering layers.
Habitat: Terrestrial in open forest of Picea and Betula with scattered low Salix bushes and many herbs on more or less acid soil; june-sept.
Distribution: Boreal and subalpine. Known to occur in Norway, Scotland, and Italy. Rare.
 
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