Observation 194591: Armillaria solidipes Peck

When: 2014-09-09

Collection location: southern Adirondack Mts., New York, USA [Click for map]

43.3581° 73.9444° 360m

Who: Ed Harrison (Ed in Saratoga)

No specimen available

All photos taken 9 September 2014
Habitat: on the ground in mixed woods but lots of hemlocks nearby
Growth style: 20 to 30 scattered as individuals or small clusters.
Cap: to ~7 cm, convex to flat, broad umbo, margin rolled, medium brown, darker surface warts
Gills: see photo
Stipe: length to ~7 cm, see photos
Spores: whitish tinged yellow, average size 8.5 × 7.1 μm
Tests: NaOH, FeSO4, NH4OH all negative. Odor ‘mushroomy’, taste not distinctive.


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#F14-47 spore print-2 2014-9-9.jpg
print taken on glass slide over black paper
#F14-47 spores @100x.jpg

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By: Ed Harrison (Ed in Saratoga)
2014-12-24 12:24:33 CST (-0600)

about the ‘When’ date! I missed that box when I setup the Observation. It has been corrected.

By: walt sturgeon (Mycowalt)
2014-12-24 11:01:09 CST (-0600)

You probably should edit the observation date unless you really did find these today in the Adirondacks. Thanks.

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