Cap: White with concentric brown scales, convex, slightly depressed center. Size of cap: 6 1/2 cm and 5 cm. No visible bruising. Slightly inrolled margin.
Stem: Same coloration as cap, scabrous, central or slightly eccentric attachment to cap. Tough/leathery. 5cm long, 1 cm wide. Can’t distinguish ring or ring zone from scabrous stalk. Brownish bruising.
Gills: Subdecurrent, slightly serrate, close, white. No visible bruising.
Base: Slightly tapered, simple, no volval remnants. Attached to the base of its twin.
Habitat: Growing on a decayed log in a mixed hardwood/conifer forest, in northern Florida.
Spore print: White.
|I’d Call It That||3.0||5.53||1||(Mycowalt)|
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Please update the location of the observation (Jacksonville, Florida, USA)
these were found just north of Jacksonville.
what part of Florida were these in?
Created: 2012-07-01 11:49:05 CDT (-0400)
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