Collection location: Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Beaverton, Washington Co., Oregon, USA [Click for map]
Who: Sava Krstic (sava)
Collected by Fred & Judith Shipley and Sava for Dr. Barry K. Logan’s “Amanitin-in-Bile Project”. (One half of the collection.)
Thanks to Dr. Rod E. Tulloss for letting us know about the project, and to the management of Tualatin Hills Nature Park for letting us get off-trail and pick mushrooms.
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The place is definitely not a planted forest; it’s all native trees. https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Tualatin_Hills_Nature_Park
have these naturalized? or is this a planted forest, and the fruiting limited to this one area?
They must be getting acclimated. Twenty years ago they were only with chestnut, and then only in Vancouver, WA.
I saw them under a mix of trees, oak and conifers, in many places along ~200 m distance.
Created: 2013-09-29 22:54:27 PDT (-0700)
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