Found in the same area where fruitings of A. rooseveltensis began a couple weeks ago and continue at present. At first I thought this to be an unusually large dark-capped rooseveltensis. But examination of spores (which are large and mainly globose) eliminates rooseveltensis as a consideration.

Stipe base buried about 7 cm. Volva membranous and rubbery.

Marginal striations with occasional forks.

On the sloping part of a lawn, mature shagbark hickory, mature white pine, and small oaks populate the woods that border this lawn.


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