Notes: This is #1 of 2 I found growing near each other under Post Oaks in the Ozark foothills. This one is mature and the other that I will post a observation on in a moment is egg stage.
The friable veil had been washed away by last nights rain and was laying on the ground, some of which you can see in the photos. the volva is intact, hard and crumbles easily. the strip was full of bug larvae that are visible in a couple of the photos.
I could not distinguish any smell or distinct taste.
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Please do send them.
May I send you this one as well as the Egg stage specimen found under observation 135121?
I found these about 1/4 mile from the sp-MO01 I entered earlier, then on the way back to the truck I found dinner…L. cincinnatus.
will have a totally elongating stem with a saccate volva at the bottom.
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