Growing in grassy sandy soil, no trees near by.
No wood under ground, no leaves. Species of grass is Pensacola Bahia.
Ground is undisturbed, and well established. These fruited 2 days after heavy rain.
Microscopy by: Richard Kneal(Bloodworm)
spores = 8.0 × 5.5 (7.4-8.4 × 5.1-5.9)
basidia 2 & 4-spored
cheilocystidia 19.5 × 6.7 note brown cell contents
the pileus trama appears to be radial
the basidioles are clear
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sum(score * weight) /
(total weight + 1)
on this one. I still have to get a bunch of measurements
and whatnot. Also, still working on a description…
You still scoping the mushroom from this observation?
Have you checked out the others collections?
I have a strange Leucocoprinus which needs some scoping if youre interested.
will be added shortly.
Thank you Bloodworm
Created: 2013-07-05 01:58:35 EDT (-0400)
Last modified: 2013-07-11 21:47:02 EDT (-0400)
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