Notes: Under young oaks, growing in a cluster of about 5, not a connected cluster, a patch.
Smell is very strong, but typical mushroom smell. Nothing notably specific, just mushroomy.
Roseaescent staining volva.
Spores creamy white.
Sorry for terrible quality photos had camera on wrong mode.
HERBARIUM SPECIMENS IN STOCK X2
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If you still have material, wrap in waxpaper in the freezer overnight, let package warm up a bit int he morning, then get your nose right on top of the packet when you open it. ANISE! is a very probable result.
I love this species. we sometimes get it in the New Jersey Pine Barrens,too. It was named by one of my heros…H. C. Beardslee.
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