Observation 62979: Leratiomyces percevalii (Berk. & Broome) Bridge & Spooner
When: 2011-01-26
Who: J-Dar
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Uncommon under Eucalyptus globulus and in grassy outer edges of the eucalyptus groves.
Pileus 3-4 cm diameter, pale straw-colored with small darker spots, not viscid, slightly umbonate, margin strongly appendiculate. Lamellae grey in appearance, mottled with dark spores. Spores dark purplish black. Stipe somewhat cottony, white, hollow, no annulus visible.

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Hey Drew,
By: J-Dar
2011-01-31 22:17:56 CST (-0500)

Funny thing, I went to post this tonight and saw your observation from today. I actually am not familiar with this species, only just keyed it out today for the first time. It apparently has been fruiting in California for several months, based on a search of MO observations. Very wet fall here on the Central Coast, with warm spells, but dry for last several weeks.

Weird time
By: Drew Henderson (Hendre17)
2011-01-31 22:08:06 CST (-0500)

of year for these up here in Washington. I have found them as early as March, but never in January! I just posted an observation of a few I came across today that were totally freshly fruiting. Do you come across them in January in California regularly?

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