Notes: These had unusually well developed fertile surfaces. These look like they have white spores. I have found the white spored type here in PA a few times.
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I’ve never found this before. It’s in Phillips.
Growth habit wasn’t so much in large clusters. They were kinda scattered around… the way I’d expect to see Black Trumpets. And the aroma was mildly fruity. But these certainly look much more like cinereus than fallax.
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