Observation 76254: Scleroderma meridionale Demoulin & Malençon

When: 2011-09-09

Collection location: Montague, Michigan, USA [Click for map]

Who: Douglas Smith (douglas)

No specimen available

Notes:
Found under blue spruce.

Ok, need help on this one, don’t know eastern US Scleroderma well enough. This one is mostly smooth grey-brown at first, with a short rooting pseudo-stipe. But when the spore mature the skin breaks up into loose patches, with bright yellow peridium showing through. Seems like it must be a commonly know species?

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Recognized by sight: Golden yellow gleba, and with a pseudorhiza as part of the mycelium.
Used references: PNW Key Council, and “Gasteromiceti epigei” M. Sarasini.

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