When: 2019-07-11

Collection location: Fairfield Co, Connecticut, USA [Click for map]

(coordinates hidden from public) 124m

Who: Bryce DeMers (Arroz)

No specimen available

Growing on fallen tree and around the area of the old roots. and a few hundred individual fruiting bodies were present in all stages of development.

After handling, the covering of scales began peeling away.

Hollow stipe; black spores; slightly pungent smell upon being crushed; easily peeled scales; webby veil; clustered, clumped, and individual;


The largest patch of C. variegata that could be captured all at once. More existed behind the stump and up the hill
Immature and thinly-veiled clump sporting some guttation on the stipes
Mature, spore-bearing specimens of various sizes against white paper

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