Rowan Co., North Carolina
Growing alone, from soil, near the base of a Pinus virginiana, in a small stand of Pinus virginiana, in mixed but predominantly hardwood forest.
3.8cm broad, Convex, Umbonate, Marginally Striate (70-80mm), Gray to Gray-Brown, Smooth, Moist. Universal veil remnants as white patch of tissue. The universal veil remnants appeared to be “sliding” off of the cap.
Free, Close, White
8.5cm long, Apex: .5cm, Base: 1.3cm wide, enlarging gradually down to base, Smooth, Hollow, White to off-white
Tissue covers around 3cm of the base of the stipe. The next 2cm up appeared minutely hairy (but it wasn’t until I got back to the house that I noticed this. The minutely hairy area seemed to be only where I held/handled the mushroom.)
Appear to be 4-sterigmate
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Created: 2011-05-13 17:31:29 BST (+0100)
Last modified: 2011-05-16 04:30:07 BST (+0100)
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