Observation 185370: Armillaria (Fr.) Staude
When: 2014-10-24
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Found growing gregariously in a wooded area from the ground. True gills and an annulus present

Macroscopic Observations:

Habitat: maple woods
Habit: clustered
Pileus size: 45 mm
Pileus color: light brown
Pileus surface: dull, dry, granular
Pileus margin: not striate
Pileus shape: plane with slight umbo
Stipe location: central
Stipe surface: fibrillose
Stipe color: light yellow to dark brown
Stipe length: 55 mm
Stipe width: 10 mm
Stipe content: solid
Stipe shape: tapered at apex
Stipe base: inserted
Hymenium: gills
Gill/Lamellae: regular with 3 tiers of lamellulae
Gill attachment: adnate with tooth
Gill margin: even, discolorous darker at edge
Gill color: off white
Gill length: 20 mm
Annulus: single edged membranous
Volva: none
Spore print: white
Flesh: white
Location: saprobic on deadwood

Microscopic Observations:
Spore shape: smooth and ovoid
Spore size range of 10 spores (micrometers):
Length 6.93- 9.24
Width 3.85-5.39

Proposed Names

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Recognized by sight: Terrestrial appearance typically associated with growth from buried roots.

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Created: 2014-10-24 13:17:16 PDT (-0700)
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