Notes: Common, very large mushroom, growing on the ground under mixed hardwood and pine. Sometimes under hemlock. Mostly upland. Fruits July – October in Culpeper.
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you have the perfect umbrella!
us in Boston, VA. About 30 miles NE or so as the spore drifts.
Part of my Dad’s childhood during the Great Depression was spent in Hay Market, VA. Is that close to your base, Penny?
the forest elves. Always cutting up!
I like Danny’s observation. :-)
…so I’ll suggest that for starters…
The collapsing partial veils and appendiculate cap margin are what you might expect.
The image of the top of the cap seems a little grainy at top magnification; so I wasn’t really too sure about fine details on the warts, but I don’t think they have eroded sides and fibrous bases like ravenelii.
to look up to mushrooms.
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