Notes: Under pine, pinkish purple hues from the apex of the stipe down to the bulb, peachy hues on the bulb.
Very small in size, 2-4 inches tall.
[admin – Sat Aug 14 01:58:14 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Bartow County, Georgia’ to ‘Bartow Co., Georgia, USA’
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W. Family comes first, always.
I have not sent those specimens yet, I am sorry for the lag on my end.
I had to take a trip out of town because one of my wife’s cousins died, that is also why I have not been on the site for a minute.
I will send them out so that you get them this week. I’ll send a specimen of from this collection as well as the other specimens I said I would send.
Looks like the environment has worked a real number on these poor little critters. There are come characters that suggest A. levistriata to me, but I’m not convinced that I can really make a case without seeing your dried material…which I would like to take a look at.
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