Observation 192325: Armillaria (Fr.) Staude
When: 2014-10-10
Who: SaraR
No herbarium specimen

Notes: SRD6#2
Location: Deep River County Park, Hobart, Indiana, USA
Habitat: Black Oak Woodland
Habit: Scattered everywhere but grow in clusters almost always next to a tree or a log.
Odor: Not distinctive
Pileus size: 3 to 9 cm
Pileus Color: Orange brownish cap with a dark brown center.
Pileus surface: Dry.
Pileal Surface: Smooth, velutinous with innately scaley/squamulose (some scales are uplifted, and other are oppressed). Scales are concentrated near the center.
Pileus margin: Not striate, smooth
Pileal shape: plane with a very small, flattened umbo to papillate. Mature specimen has an uplifted cap.
Location of stipe: Central
Stipe surface: Dry.
Stipe surface: smooth to fibrillose
Stipe Shape: Tapered at base
Stipe content: Solid, tough and fibrous
Stipe color: Whitish on top, brown at the base.
Stipe length: 2.0 to 4.0cm
Stipe width: 0.8 cm
Stipe base: mycelial pad
Gill attachment: Adnate with tooth
Gill margin: Even
Gills/ lamellae: regular, appears to have 2 to 3 tiers. Gills are covered with a whitish membranous partial veil (especially seen in the small specimen)
Gill color: White, brownish
Gill width: 0.5 cm
Gills spacing: Packed gills: at margin: >1mm apart. Halfway to margin: >1mm apart
Partial veil: Present. White and membranous.
Annulus: Cortina is young specimen and upturned in mature specimen.
Latex: None
Annulus: None

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Used references: Mushrooms of the Midwest
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