Observation 175937: Armillaria gallica Marxm. & Romagn.

When: 2014-09-01

Collection location: Worcester Co., Massachusetts, USA [Click for map]

Who: mushy

No specimen available

Notes:
Found at the base of a live birch tree. Seemed to be coming out from under it. This came from the only cluster, and there were no more in the immediate area.

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By: mushy
2014-09-03 19:43:57 CDT (-0500)

The fungi was growing all around this birch tree.

Armillaria
By: walt sturgeon (Mycowalt)
2014-09-01 21:20:18 CDT (-0500)

is a tough genus. These look OK for A. gallica to me. Check out all the observations on this site. There is not much consensus. I look for small clusters or scattered fruitings usually from buried wood.

Maybe it’s a young
By: mushy
2014-09-01 20:45:51 CDT (-0500)

A. gallica, but the hairs on the cap seem too dark and prominent for that species. Right?

Created: 2014-09-01 19:41:36 CDT (-0500)
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