Found under spruce and d. fir (and aspen…). They were mild tasting and yellow spored.
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I think I could come up with a list… maybe with the mostly brown tones it wouldn’t be that long. I wouldn’t make much out of the forking of the gills, I’ve seen that show up fairly randomly in collections. Or atleast I would like to see the forking matched to a large number of mushrooms with microscopic details included. I’m not convinced that is a feature that is consistent in a species.
P.S. Link does not function correctly after this comment posting engine has mangled it. It doesn’t seem to like links with tildes in them. Unfortunately, the site linked to has a bug of its own — the same URL with %7E escapes replacing the tildes does not work, though it should.
Created: 2008-09-09 13:31:15 PDT (-0700)
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