Collection location: National Forest Road 159, Catron Co., New Mexico, USA [Click for map]
33.3921° -108.611° 2611m
in soil amongst Ponderosa pine. Odor at gills strongly briney, chlorine, just lepidellaish. Odor of cut stipe: mild, mushroomy. Largest fruitbody – Width of cap: 100mm, Overall height: 210mm, Width of stipe just below annulus: 27mm. Stipe solid
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This material has been recieved and accessioned into Rod’s herbarium.
Yes, I agree letting it mature would have been best. I was just so beat after a 200 mile collecting trip that I didn’t think about it. Live and learn.
Did the larger cap have a chance to open before drying?
Created: 2013-08-23 00:23:07 CDT (-0400)
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