Notes: These were found with large black cherry trees, growing with M. diminutiva but in separate patches. Always larger than diminutiva, darker when young. They have very large, few pits with white ridges and strongly veined inside the pits. We used to call these M. deliciosa but I understand that name is not used any more. Both this and diminutiva associated with cherry in large numbers. Last photo shows several of each for size comparison, on bed of grass and ash leaves.
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