Observation 109047: Cantharocybe gruberi (A.H. Sm.) H.E. Bigelow & A.H. Sm.

At base of ponderosa, in ponderosa forest. Base of stem underground. Cap and gills smooth, unusual for NL. ponderosus, but appears to be an immature specimen. Aurora claims that immature specimens can lack scales and serrated gills.

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Recognized by sight: Smooth cap and gills are unusual but reported possible. Appears to be immature.
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55% (1)
Recognized by sight: yellowish color, fgorwth on ground, non-serrate gills, unlined cap margin, decurrent gills that have different lengths on stipe apex.
Based on chemical features: mealy odor

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