Observation 25971: Turbinellus floccosus (Schwein.) Earle ex Giachini & Castellano

Perhaps the most atypical G. floccosus I have ever seen. Found growing from an old-growth Douglas fir stump about 4 feet diameter nearly rotted away, in the northern Oregon coast area. Stipes both 5.5-6 inches long, and arising from nearly the same location within the stump. Slight ridges observed directly under the cap. A hole leading into the interior of the stipe. Compared odor, size, and coloration with a nearby G. floccosus found near the same locale on the same day.


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Recognized by sight: Extremely young, growing from a well-rotted old-growth Douglas-fir stump nearly rotted away, this has the hollow stipe, beginning of ridges, and odor of Gomphus floccosus. Compared to other G. floccosus also brought to Sept. Oregon Mycological Meeting, and saw photos of site of original collection.

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