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Notes:
These were relatively plentiful under live oak.

I fried them up and they were good!

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Yeah, can be common…
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2008-12-29 15:18:26 CST (-0600)

In the hills of the mid-peninsula, with strong almond scent and yellow stains. These are always with that slightly bulbous base that kinks off the side, not sure if that is a specific character of these, but that is how they are found in the area.

I’ve been calling them A. albolutescens, but they also might be A. silvicola, or with that base, they might be something else… but they do agree with the published description of A. albolutescens.