When: 2008-11-23

Collection location: Marble Mountain Ranch, Siskiyou Co., California, USA [Click for map]

Who: John Harlan (harlanx6)

No specimen available

In soil under Douglas fir-tanoak-madrone canopy.


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Recognized by sight: But can’t see enough detail in cap to be certain. If there are fibrils/scales, it is probably T. flavovirens.

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Hi John…a reasonable first guess, at least based on the cap colors…
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2008-11-24 10:11:40 EST (-0500)

…albolanaripes starts out with pale, almost whitish gills that change to yellow; also it has a flocculent (there’s that darned helpful latin again!) partial veil, that makes the stipe below the annulus all fluffy, in contrast to a smooth-stiped Tricholoma. Scrolling MO I saw that these guys had fooled you once before; three’s a charm! Bet you won’t make that same mistake next time, and if so, NBD…they are both apparently edible.