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i’ve been over the uf thing before.
as far as i’m concerned the mycology prof. died in 1957.
crazy yellow gills and upper stipe in the one that is just opening.
you are finding some way cool shrooms in Gainesville!
Isn’t there a Myco Proff at the University there? He may be able to help…
with some more detail.
i have a specimen.
…is intriguing…especially because they both are staining yellow around a wound. How big are these fellows? Did you happen to take a photo of them when they were cut open down the center? They could belong in section Phalloideae or in subsection Limbatulae of section Lepidella.
Whtt are the approximate dimensions in this pic?
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