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 Add this item to the list  Entoloma mutabilipes Noordel. & Liiv
   
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Remarks (internal):Entoloma mutabilipes has been recorded from various localities in western and northern Europe since it was published in 1992. It has a wide distribution and does not seen to be very rare. As a result more is known about its variability in characters. An emended description was therefore needed. The photo by Wölfel shows unusually dark coloured young specimens, Vauras 8534 whos typical mature fruitbodies with hardly any blue, and Vauras 8550 depicts another nice fresh collection showing the fading blue tinges in the basidiocarp. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Entoloma mutabilipes Noordel. & Liiv
Icon.: Breitenbach & Kränzlin, Pilze Schweiz. vol. 4: 85. 1995 (irriconoscibile); Vesterholt, J., Fungi non Delineati XXI: pl. 26. 2002.
Pileus 8-25 mm broad, conical to hemispherical when young, expanding to plano-convex or applanate, usually with slight central depression, with deflexed then straight margin, rather strongly hygrophanous, when young obscurely translucently striate, later up to ¾ of radius, when young moderately to dark brown mixed with blue, paler towards margin, rapidly changing colour to pinkish yellow-brown to yellow-grey, with darker brown to grey-brown centre (calotte), pallescent on drying, appearing almost glabrous or innately radially fibrillose except for the slightly tomentose to subsquamulose centre. Lamellae moderately distant, ascending, adnexed with short decurrent tooth to almost free, subventricose, purely white or with slight blue tinge when young, then purely pink, with concolourous, entire edge. Stipe 20-50 x 1-3 mm, cylindrical or compressed with groove, rather intensely blue when young, but quickly changing with age to pale yellowish grey or yellow, glabrous, polished, white tomentose at base. Smell and taste indistinct.
Spores 9.0-12 x 6.5-9.0 (-9.5) µm, Q = 1.1-1.7, Qav = 1.3, simply 5-7 (-8) angled in side-view. Basidia 23-40 x 7-11 µm, 4-, rarely also 2-spored, clampless. Lamellae edge sterile. Cheilocystidia 20-70 x 6-16 µm, cylindrical to clavate, colourless. Pileipellis a cutis of cylindrical, 4-15 µm wide hyphae, with transitions to a trichoderm, particularly at centre, made up of clavate terminal elements, up to 25 µm wide with intracellular pigment. Clamp-connections absent.
Habitat and distribution: in poorly manured grasslands on neutral to calcareous soil and in damp, open places in fertile forest. Widespread, probably not uncommon. Known from Scandinavia and Central Europe.
 
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