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appreciate it. :-)
Cool find bro
yours is the best, and in fact ONLY photo here on MO of a V. bombycina before the egg breaks open! that explains the lack of an external stipe, eh? ;)
I have never found a Volvariella. Lucky you!
would fit Volvariella bombycina perfectly.
very well could be.
the specimen actually continued to mature after harvest.
i can post some more pictures.
the cap and gills broke free of the outer layer, which seemed to sit at the bottom of the “stipe.”
microscopy may be necessary…
it was buried deep in the wood.
i tried to pull it out but i ended up just destroying it.
it wasn’t very large…
maybe 3 cm at the most.
but was left behind during harvest?
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