Perhaps the most atypical G. floccosus I have ever seen. Found growing from an old-growth Douglas fir stump about 4 feet diameter nearly rotted away, in the northern Oregon coast area. Stipes both 5.5-6 inches long, and arising from nearly the same location within the stump. Slight ridges observed directly under the cap. A hole leading into the interior of the stipe. Compared odor, size, and coloration with a nearby G. floccosus found near the same locale on the same day.
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Created: 2009-09-29 19:04:01 EDT (-0400)
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