Observation 5630: Tricholoma manzanitae T.J. Baroni & Ovrebo
When: 2007-12-23
No herbarium specimen

Notes: This seems an unlikely ID in oak woodland. It was already free so I have no idea where it actually fruited. Found at the edge of the park near homes, so it might have been carried? If there’s something more appropriate to the surroundings, I was unable to find it. Pileus was 9.5cm across, and the stipe was 2.4cm at the apex and 4cm tall.
T. manzanitae is a good fit, I think. Thanks, Nathan.

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Doesn’t look yellow enough to me
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2007-12-25 01:39:20 CST (-0500)

Could be the photos, but I’m used to seeing a bit more intense a yellow in T. flavovirens. Also the stature doesn’t seem quite right. The stature seems more like T. manzanitae.

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