Observation 174341: Megacollybia rodmani R.H. Petersen, K.W. Hughes & Lickey

When: 2014-08-06

Collection location: southern Adirondack Mts., New York, USA [Click for map]

43.3581° 73.9444° 360m

Who: Ed Harrison (Ed in Saratoga)

No specimen available

Solitary or in small groups, common on ground or rotting wood in or near forest. Typically about 3-4” diameter, 3” tall. Gills free or notched, wide, white. Stem sturdy, white, darker and wider toward base. Flesh white, somewhat crumbly, no unique odor or taste. Spores white, slightly oval (avg 6.2 × 5.2 μm)

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