Notes: Collection includes specimens at various growth stages, with macro differences seemingly correlated with age of fruit bodies.
Cap: dark and minutely wrinkled in young one, minutely cracked in mature one, rimose in old one.
Pores: whitish on young one with dark brown bruising, dingy yellowish on old one with blue bruising that mixes with red and finally balckish.
Stipe: densely and darkly punctate/pruinose on young one, dark punctate on mature one, coarsely reticulate on old one (which came as a surprise to me).
Context: white. Bruising: light blue and then slowly to red on young one, blue then red on mature and old ones. Cut context on all eventually blackish.
On lawn 2-15 feet from woods which feature a few fast growing oak saplings.
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