Notes: Growing under live oak, not sure which species. Golden, trumpet shaped, false gills, large, mild smell of pumpkin (or what others call “apricot”).
[admin – Sat Aug 14 01:58:03 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Auburn, CA’ to ‘Auburn, California, USA’
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Sorry, no photo is available…although I could just snap one of the Chanties I grabbed down in the bay this past weekend and call it the same. I just stumbled across this sight while searching the web to see what others are finding where in California. The sighting was a few weeks back, toward the end of January. I was pretty darn surprised myself.
I was looking into renting a house with a few friends on the edge of town, and sure enough the yard was sprinkled with ‘em. Didn’t end up moving in, though that was a definite bonus for that place!
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