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We’d love to have it, or a part of it, in the herbarium here in Roosevelt. It would be terrific to put a pin in the map at your collecting site in Delaware. Since our herbarium is being placed on line at MyCoPortal.org, we can get a pin in their map, too.
I do have the specimen from
but I don’t know if it will be dropping spores. I leave here tomorrow…there is a possibility I could grab one on the way out.
David- thanks for pointing out my mistaken substitution of almond for anise. I did have the material in a bad, but I did not smell much – maybe a hazard of using DEET to protect myself from insects.
Well done, what a beauty!
We nailed one.
Great find. If you dry some, please send me some material that was old enough to drop spores. I don’t see this every year, but this year we’ve had several of them show up in the New Jersey Pine Barrens.
I see Rod has a couple id comments: When scratched, the flesh quickly turns the color of American raspberry sherbet. (very evident in one of your photos)
The odor (especially just as the collecting packet around a fresh specimen is opened) often is distinctly of anise. (but no odor of almond?)
Great find. Could be a BAMS MOD.
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