Collection location: McIntosh Sugar Mill Tabby Ruins, Kingsland, Georgia, USA [Click for map]
Who: Hilary Hart (Hilary)
Cap: Campanulate, light brown, upturned margin, dry, very visable splitting. I did not measure – but I would guess around 4-7 cm in diameter. They were what I would call medium sized. Flesh was white, thin, I did not notice any immediate staining.
Gills: Buff colored, adnexed.
Stipe: I would guess them to be around ~6-10cm long, ~1 1/2 cm wide (a rough guess!). They were simple, ringless, a dingy white color, somewhat streaked, tapering towards the top, having a fibrous quality, with spores coloring their tops. They appeared to be more white at the bottom of the stem.
Base: Simple. No volval remnants anywhere.
Habitat: These were found growing on the edge of a mixed hardwoods/pine forest, on the ground.
Spores: Pinkish brown.
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