This specimen was collected by Darvin DeShazer and the first two in-situ photos are his.
We thought that it looked very similar to MO# 28207. http://mushroomobserver.org/28207?search_seq=1140586
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This observation matches in every way numerous collections of the same species that I have. No, the KOH does not vary that much with age, and particularly not in this case — the KOH reaction you describe is exactly the same as my findings. This is the most common of the Fulvi under Live Oak in No. California.D.
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