Notes: Three specimens of which two are mature. Largest cap 60 mm. Cut specimen: cap dia 35 mm., cap flesh above stem 3 mm., stem length 60 mm. including bulb, bulb 15 mm. × 14 mm., stem 5 mm wide at apex to 9 mm at bulb. On ground under predominantly balsam fir with some spruce.
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I’m not sure how this falls out. Somewhere in the neighborhood of “sp-36” does seem reasonable to me. I’m not completely convinced, but I don’t have a better suggestion. If you’d like to send this along, we’ll try to fit it in.
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