Collection location: Forest Co., Wisconsin, USA [Click for map]
found in 2006, 2010 – now again :))
Notice the extremely hygrophanus caps – the striations of the cap when young – and indented when mature and dry
The stems are brittle with fine silky fibrils
The stems have a larger base only sometimes bulbous
Older specimens are often blue at the base – from being beaten around in the wind
The immature fruits are sporting vibrant colored orange caps – and bright white stems
They do bruise from damage all the way up the stipe ( mostly seen at the base )
Never seen the caps bruise
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Thanks for posting.
Glad to see someone comment – MUCH thanks riverdweller :)
I should have some new microscopic analysis done SOON
I will post up what is found
no one disagrees?
Where is all the experts????
Created: 2011-07-17 16:25:12 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2011-07-23 04:52:40 PDT (-0700)
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