Observation 62285: Armillaria puiggarii Speg.
When: 2010-11-27
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Substrate: very decomposed hardwood stump

Growth Habit: gregorious


Cap: 2-2.5cm, convex-pulvinate, pulverulent (more at disc, less toward margin). Color cocoa brown to burnt coca umber at disc to dak tan/bronze to greenish brown at margin. Margin even, incurved. Context Creamy white.

Gills: Close-crowded, deep (~3mm), adnate with tooth, creamy white in old and young specimens, multiple tiers.

Stipe: 5cm, Caespitose base, Cream fiberous/fibrillose with light tan under, more cream towards top, variegated appearance, bruises light brown. Context solid, creamy white. White cottony/cobwebby veil, ring cottony, upturned.

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By: patty (patty)
2011-02-08 20:21:39 EST (-0500)

I will contact you when I find them fruiting again.

Molecular data
By: John Walter Hanna (johnwalterhanna)
2011-02-07 17:29:41 EST (-0500)

If you have a fresh Armillaria basidiocarp or rhizomorph and a GPS location of your collection please contact me. I may be able to add your collection to our ongoing Armillaria studies and confirm identification with molecular data.

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