Notes: > This single sporocarp in poor shape was found growing on the slope of a small hill, just a few yards from obs 208568.
> The cap cuticle had a distinct color I usually associate with the wine cap mushroom, S. rugosoannulata.
> The cap was 5.5 cm in diameter at the time of collection.
> The annulate stipe was disproportionately long (14.5 cm) in relation to the cap and was 60% buried in the sandy soil.
> The lower half of the stipe was club-shaped, and had no well-defined bulb; some UV fragments were clinging to the surface.
> Minty odor at collection time.
> The spores are ellipsoid when viewed at x400 with no mounting agent.
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This material has arrived and has been accessioned to Rod’s herbarium. We have scheduled it for DNA sequencing.
Forgot to mention that the gills had a minty odor to them (like a toothpaste).
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