Notes: I didnt take many pictures of this, as i thought it was S. crispa. Ive only seen two in NY (in conifer forest) so i was pleasantly surprised to find that it was the other species! Though its always written up as a choice edible, ive cooked S. crispa three times with no success of making it taste good. This specimen i found today did NOT have a pleasant odor, and i cant figure out if they are just too old, or if this is folklore. Found at the base of an oak.
[admin – Sat Sep 11 19:03:45 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘tallman state park ny’ to ‘Tallman State Park, New York, USA’
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