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Yes, you made it to seven. ;)
The largest cap was about four inches in diameter and looked much like the cap shown in the photo except more heavily warted, with evenly spaced, grayish volval material.
In mixed woods, but this collection seemed to be centered around a mature eastern hemlock. Same spot as the previous observation:
For the fans of nits and grits: This temporary code was created in response to MO #147255 when it proved to be genetically distinct from all the other rubescent taxa that had been sorted out previously.
I love the new picture.
Created: 2014-10-17 19:37:39 CDT (-0400)
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