Rowan Co., NC
Found growing in a single cluster of two on buried pine, in predominantly pine forest.
2.2cm broad, Yellow, Convex, Smooth with small appressed fibers, Dry, Inrolled margin
Adnate, Yellow, Sub-distant to Distant, Shallow
4cm long, .8-1cm wide, enlarging at base, yellow with faint brown lines (could be fibers)
Sweet/“mushroomy” with a slight bitter smell
Spore Print Color:
Fusiform? to elliptic?
Larger at base, narrow towards apex, with rounded heads
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Thank you very much!
I try. I just need better clarity on my micrographs. Hopefully stains (and some more experience) will help with that. I should be purchasing some sort of stain within the next few weeks.
You’re doing great as well Britney!
You dove in and are doing an excellent job!
I was lucky and someone gave me some.
I am very appreciative of this gift.
It was very thoughtful of this person to do that for me.
you have Melzers!
but I didn’t know what else to call it…
Could you possibly suggest another genus?
Are longer and narrower than I usually see in Gymnopilus.
Check ‘em out if you’d like to…
Sorry about some of the not-so-great photos
Created: 2011-03-16 14:29:01 CDT (-0500)
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