> A single fruiting body growing at the base of a small stump surrounded by pitch pines in the entrance area of an FPP section dubbed “The North Gate”.
> Cap diameter = ~7 cm; stipe (apex to upper bulb) = 11.5 cm long
> The bulb = ~2 × 2 cm.
> A piece of grayish universal veil was observed on the cap surface.
> About 1/3 of the total stipe length was subterranean.
> Realizing a certain degree of morphological semblance between this mushroom and that of obs 175241 & obs 174500, the bulb was carefully excavated and examined for the presence of the yellowish universal veil; none was found.
Amyloid in Melzer’s;
[20/1/1]: L x W = (7.0-) 7.4-8.6 (-9.1) x (4.9-) 5.1-6.3 μm;
L’ x W’ = 8.0 × 5.5 μm;
Q = 1.37-1.50 (-1.63) — a very tight group of Q values;
Q’ = 1.44
All measured spores are ellipsoid, with exception of the longest spore (9.1 μm) that is marginally elongate.
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