Notes: Unfortunately only a single fruit-body growing on the ground in mixed woods. It was growing at the base of an older tree, probably a hardwood.
Cap 3.9 cm across with yellow, irregular, raised warts.
Spore print was white to slightly creamy and spores were amyloid.
Spores ~ 6.4-8.8 X 4.6-5.9 microns, ellipsoid and smooth.
Q(range = 1.27-1.60(1.66)
Q(avg) = 1.36(1.37) n=21
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This material has been received and accessioned to Rod’s herbarium. We have scheduled it for DNA sequencing.
Hello, Ron and Stephen. I checked into Stephen’s collection. You may have a point. I see that I came up with the same Murrillian name in both cases (for lack of anything better). I will see if we can extract DNA from both the collections. Then we have another point of comparison.
I have never seen this; however, I think I have read a description…I think a Murrill species originally described from Florida.
I’ll try to track it down.
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