Collection location: Trail 173, Cherokee National Forest, Monroe Co., Tennessee, USA [Click for map]
35.3217° -84.169° 457m
On soil in mixed mesophytic forest. Cap 2-6 cm, centally depressed, variable color, yellow to orange to pink to red. Stpe 4-7 cm. Spores 15 × 9 microns, smooth, hyaline, inamyloid.
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Thanks for this information! I will look for those next time I collect this species.
This one is not too uncommon in the GSMNP in the summer.
the most interesting things. :)
This species has dimorphic spores and basidia – the macrospores were documented. The microspores are so much smaller than the macrospores that they are often overlooked.
Created: 2012-06-24 15:38:48 CDT (-0500)
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