Notes: Habitat: Growning in wooded area under oaks, elm
Smell: strange chemical smell – probably “coal tar” smell
Taste: did not
Chemical Test: did not
Spore Print: In progress
Spore Photos, measurements: TBD
Staining: none from cutting, brown staining from insects.
Cap: Largest – 1.75 inches, glutinous on smaller caps, Recent heavy rains probably washed away most of the glutinous material. Inrolled edges, less inrolled at maturity. white-tan with yellow tints. Context – ivory. None showed veil or cortina.
Gills: ivory color, a bit more yellow than cap context , darkening to tan due to spore. medium close, ragged edges. shallow breadth.
Stalk: fibrous, thick, hollowing. Slightly swollen at base . No ring or marking due to ring or cortina. Base becomes more yellow at botton, roots, mycellium were very yellow to yellow-green.
I did not get a match when going through the keys in Tricholomas of N A.
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