Notes: With Arbutus.
Typical odor, which is
very similar to that of the Leucocoprinus birnbaumii in grass around here.
One fb, pics #4 – 5
- [seems typical] root extends a little bit up around the base of the main part of the fb, like a mother swaddling her newborn
- [seems typical] peridium is about 1mm max, thinning out with maturity (i.e. age, height on fb)
- [seems typical] pinkish tinge on the peridium, more towards the thicker parts.
- [seems typical] root tissue is extremely tough w.r.t. main blob
- [seems typical] root is semi-fluid, incorporating pebbles like it owns the place
- [seems atypical] brown areas in the interior, where on obs 180450 there would only be only black
- [seems atypical] oblique root
- Peridiole contents don’t all mature together. The inner parts mature earlier in several peridioles in pic #12.
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palm? Never heard of that before!
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