Collection location: Ricketts Glen State Park, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
Who: Dave W (Dave W)
Pine, oak, hemlock present.
Spores mainly globose, a few subglobose, 7-10 microns.
Strip of material attached to stipe base probably ripped away from the stipe.
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Thanks, again. This also looks like something very interesting.
which will be sent when it’s convenient for you, Rod. This also gives me time to accumulate more material for you to choose from. Got a nice light brown grisette today that seemed to be associated with white pine. I’ll post it soon.
Ricketts Glen is set up for a really good early summer season. It’s where I collected luzernensis, and a few other interesting things from section Vaginatae.
This is a beaut.
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