Collection location: Apache National Forest, Arizona, USA [Click for map]
34.1569° -109.6833° 2740m
Who: Chris May (ccmaymd)
Found in the Porter Spring area north of FR 96 on the San Juan Fire, which burned in May/June 2014. On a slightly north-facing slope under partially burned Pinus ponderosa and Pseudotsuga menziesii, amidst moderate pine and fir needle duff.
Hairs on stipe exceeding 200µm were seen on microscopy, with brownish colored walls in KOH. Spores oval, smooth, of variable size but average 20×12 µm.
This collection and one other of the same species were made during an outing of the Arizona Mushroom Club. David Arora was a guest, and discovered and identified this collection.
Air-dried specimen in possession of Christopher May and available to anyone interested.
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