Collection location: Claytor Lake State Park, Pulaski Co., Virginia, USA [Click for map]
This group was found at the base of a living hardwood tree.
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I see why we have to stick with Pleurotus sp.. I didn’t notice any fine lines on the cap, and though these are relatively small and lacked any shade of browning, these could easily be newly emerging ostreatus at the base of this living hardwood. Mark
details it better than I could.
My experience has one that I find on aspen smells of anise.
Is there any reason why we wouldn’t specify this as P. pulmonarius. Thanks, Mark
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