Growing near oaks in wood chips with leaf litter (note photo showing mycelium). Young caps slimy and reticulately rugose. Older caps dry and shiny. Flesh light yellow. Gills adnexed to sinuate. Spore print brown. No distinctive odor or staining.
Additional: Specimen caps approximately 1.8 cm to 8 cm across. Not striate. Alveolate quality diminishes as cap opens, and brown reticulate marks develop, radiating from the center of the cap, where the ridges of the areoles were. Stipe diameters 1 cm to 2+ cm. Some stalk surfaces with tears and fissures in the surface.
No dung, very little grass present.
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Created: 2015-03-05 23:59:38 CST (-0600)
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