Notes: Growing along the side of the trail, under both Quercus agrifolia, Q. wislizeni and possibly some other oaks like Q. berberidifolia or Q. douglasii. A few Pinus sabiniana and some shrubs were nearby too.
The cap, stem, and context stain brown with KOH, for the context the base stains stronger. The spores are minutely warted/bumpy. It smells earthy and has an indistinct mushroomy taste. Clamp connections are present in the stem.
Spore range = 9 – 10 (11) x 6 – 7 (8) μm
Average spore = 9.75 × 6.5 μm
Average Q = 1.51
20 spores measured from the stem
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Created: 2012-01-30 06:48:26 EET (+0200)
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