Collection location: Austin T. Blakeslee Natural Area, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
Who: Dave W (Dave W)
Area with mature white pine. I didn’t check closely, but I believe this area has no oak.
Not much staining on the volvas. Just a few small isolated brown dots.
The two mushrooms seen here were growing about 18 inches from one another. The small one is preserved.
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When I saw the cap color, the first thing I looked for was spotting on the universal veil; then, I saw your notes on that subject. The cap colors do suggest the “fulva” group. The unspotted u.v. would be a little unusual in that case. It will be interesting to see the dried material.
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