Observation 189201: Gymnopilus liquiritiae (Pers.) P. Karst.
When: 2014-11-21
No herbarium specimen
0 Sequences

Notes:
Cap Brown, peels some, largest cap 1.75 inches.

Gills – stained orange-brown – ragged edges – intermediate gills – close – adnate to notched ( hard to tell as gills were so ragged and not from bugs.

- Stem rusty Brown – same as cap, fibrous, flexible, growing directly out of rotting pine branch on ground. Stem length about 3 inches (see photos) Diameter about 1 cm. Enlarges some at the cap.

Habitat, mixed Loblolly Pine, Shortleaf Pine, Sweet Gum, other hardwoods.

Spore Print – medium rusty-orange-brown – medium shade

Smell – moderate mushroom smell

Spore Size
[20/1/1]L (7.4-)7.8-9.7(-) μm x W (4.0-)4.1-4.9(-5.0) μm, (L’ = 8.4 μm, W’ = 4.4 μm), Q (-)1.7-2.1(-), Q’=1.9

No liquids or staining when stem or cap is broken.

Images

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