Observation 25853: Omphalotus illudens (Schwein.) Bresinsky & Besl
When: 2009-09-27
No herbarium specimen

Notes: I do not know the species. I would like and ID.

It seems that there are little white things scattered in the orange gills. I think these are called endospores, but they could be something else that I don’t know about.

A cluster was growing on a big stump, and another in the ground beside the stump.

IMAGES COMING ASAP

[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:03:43 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, USA’ to ‘New Castle, Pennsylvania, USA

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The first three were taken by my friend and his shitty camera, but I then used mine and took a picture of the stem, gills, and what I think are endospores show up pretty clear.
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The first three were taken by my friend and his shitty camera, but I then used mine and took a picture of the stem, gills, and what I think are endospores show up pretty clear.
58397
The first three were taken by my friend and his shitty camera, but I then used mine and took a picture of the stem, gills, and what I think are endospores show up pretty clear.
58398
The first three were taken by my friend and his shitty camera, but I then used mine and took a picture of the stem, gills, and what I think are endospores show up pretty clear.

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