When: 2017-04-30

Collection location: Centre Co., Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]

Who: Dave W (Dave W)

No specimen available

In a forest with black cherry, apple trees, hardwoods, and spruce.

I initially thought this to be the more common G. ancilis, or else I would have preserved some material.

Flaps on spore ends depressed in the mid-section resulting in a sort of horned appearance.


In cotton blue.

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Based on microscopic features: Distinctively shaped flap on each spore end.

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