Notes: -found in a black oak savanna, single specimen growing alone, seemed to be growing in soil connected to dead leaves/twigs
- planer shaped pileus size 38mm in diameter, with smooth surface, slightly depressed in center
-dry/dull pileus and stipe surface
-translucent striated pileus margin
- no annulus or volva present
- fibrillose stipe surface, equal solid stipe or possibly stuffed
- inserted insititious stipe base
- stipe width 6mm stipe length 27mm
-gills are golden beige in color
- crowded normal lamellulae present (spacing <1mm apart)
-white spore print
spores elliptical shape w/ no ornimentations
- measurements (length/width) (in micrometers) I tried to include the one of the largest and smallest spores I could find along with the majority of the same sized spores that I found.
range= (3.32-7.47) and (2.49-3.32)
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I tried to distinguish an odor, but it seemed that when working with almost all of the fungi in my collection that I got really congested and a stuffy nose to wear I could not smell anything so it was very hard for me.
Good notes. Did you check for an odor? It looks a bit like Clitocybe odor which has an anisette-like fragrance.
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