Notes: Growing in a cluster, at the bottom of a pile of rotting cut grass.
Strong anise odor.
Spore deposit white. Spores 5-7 × 3.5-4. Basidia 4-spored, ~30 × 7.5. No cystidia.
Stem central in the large one; eccentric to lateral in the others.
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doesn’t have pure white spores either: “pale cream to orange cream” according to Funga Nordica.. And it doesn’t look like the fragrans I know, so I guess it’s something else then. A case for further investigation :-)
I wonder if it isn’t closer to C. anisata..?
Created: 2013-04-13 03:38:38 CDT (-0400)
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