Notes: Collected by CureCat for the 2015 Mount Pisgah Mushroom Festival. P. benzokaufmanii was among the suspected identities, but Erin believed them to be too small. Indeed, this is about the only character that appears not to match in Norvell and Exeter’s description of the species. Then again, the enormous dimensions they give in writing don’t really match up with any of the color photos with scale bars. Those fruiting bodies pictured in photographs appear to be very close to the size of the material seen here.
NOTE: Fruiting bodies are much less orange-brown than they appear in these photos, particularly the cap surfaces.
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