Fruiting in a group on ground, rich organic soil. Caps 4-5 cm.
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I also did not collect samples as I was on National Park property and the trail was busy with Father’s Day hikers. I definitively said “absolutely not” when a child stopped to watch me take the photos and asked if I planned to eat the mushrooms.Best wishes, Penny
Maybe frostiana might be considered as a possibility.
Do you have Melzer’s Reagent, Penny?
I had the same problem trying to extract an Amanita this afternoon.
We have been having afternoon showers for several days. Everything very moist. Sorry no stipe base. Penny
are true striations or merely a development related to fluctuations in moisture content. Looks like a species from the flavoconia group to me, except… those lines. Seeing an entire stipe base would be helpful.
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