Collection location: Rowan Co., North Carolina, USA [Click for map]
Found alone, growing from a dead spot on the base of a Beech tree, in mixed, predominantly hardwood, groups of trees in a neighborhood.
Around 5.5-6cm broad, white with white fibrils or hairs, convex, margin hangs past lamellae
Free, crowded, white with strong pinkish hues
7cm long, 1.75-2cm wide, white, smooth, enlarging at base
Volva present, dirty white or brown
Spore Print Color:
reddish or salmon pink
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Very cool fungi indeed!
This observation was my first and only Volvariella find so far.
I hope to find another one this year.
I found several of these this past summer.Unfortunately we didnt have a camera.Very cool fungi.
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Created: 2010-09-18 22:45:14 -03 (-0300)
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