Collection location: Ricketts Glen State Park, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
Who: Dave W (Dave W)
Combination of cap color, striate margin, and marginate/rolled-sock volva make this a distinctive species.
Hemlock, oak, pine present.
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It seems most common in the “New England hardwood-hemlock” forest type. However, I think the type locality (19th Century) was on Long Island. (Just going by memory…) I remember Jenkins saying to me that the collection contained an admixture of flavoconia; so things didn’t get off to an entirely clean start.
I started realizing it’s a lot more common than I had thought. I suppose there were many years that I passed it by thinking it was just another flavoconia. Seems to like hemlock with oak nearby.
Created: 2017-06-22 09:23:01 ADT (-0300)
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