Found beneath Douglas fir saplings, Western hemlock saplings and Western red cedar.
Temp: mid 70’s.
Cap: [3-3.75cm wide] Easily removed patches, dull peach, brown, shiny copper hue to cap in different lighting.
Edges ridged at margin, slightly incurved-even at maturity.
Gills: tight, canary yellow/green.
Universal veil: thick, distinct.
Stem: [5cm long], slender bulbous base.
Vulva: Double vulva, tight, skirtlike. Like a true Panther but twice the fun. Note final images for veil information.
HERBARIUM SPECIMEN DRIED AND AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT.
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Created: 2015-06-24 13:21:38 COT (-0500)
Last modified: 2015-06-24 13:24:56 COT (-0500)
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