Notes: Upon digging down about 1.5 inch along the stipe I could find no basal bulb or well developed volval sac. There did appear to be remains on a friable volva. The stipe was growing wedged alongside a tree root, which may account for an abnormality. Spore profile fits bisporigera.
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Then we’ve got it. Your bag arrived in Roosevelt safe and sound.
is one which I handed to Christina at NEMF.
No yellow reaction with 5% KOH.
I’ve never done it, and I’m sure someone has tried it, but I can’t remember the results with certainty. Why not give it a try?
I keep forgetting that yellow with KOH is a bisporgera trait!
Does it make sense to break off a little piece of the dried cap and apply KOH?
Did you try putting 5% or, better, 10% KOH on the cap or stem?
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