The resemblance of this robust specimen to A. borealisorora makes me wonder just a bit. But the olive tones on the cap and the long striations point toward sinicoflava.
Hemlock and birch primarily.
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This material has been recieved and accessioned into Rod’s herbarium.
A member of our local club got it in a spot where I have collected sinicoflava in the past. I have no way of knowing whether he left behind some of he volva. I have preserved the material.
I agree that it is very robust for sinicoflava. Also, an incompletely expanded sinicoflava should have at least the bottom half or so of the saccata volva still white and membranous around the base of the stem.
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