Observation 118768: Hebeloma crustuliniforme (Bull.) Quél.
When: 2012-12-03
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Associated with Deodor cedar, hawthorne, cottonwood, rhododendron and wild rose. Of thse, Deodor cedar, hawthorne and wild rose were in closest proximity. Most specimens were associated with seedling Deodor cedar, but the largest specimens (to 8 inches across) were associated with a well-established Deodor.

I am drying this extensive collection for use in bioremediation next year. Requests for samples must predate my usage.

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Amist seedling Deodor cedar, about 15 feet distant from largest fruiting.
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Close-up of gills.
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Smaller specimens have similarly smaller bulbous base.
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Largest, oldest well-degraded specimen.
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Slug predation.
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Gill details plus curling of stipe.
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Specimen about 6 inches across cap has a similarly large basal bulb.
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Note curious peeling and curling of stipe on older specimen.

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