Collection location: Dallas, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
Who: Dave W (Dave W)
On a lawn near old-growth oak. Spruce and pine not far away. Stipes buried 1-2 inches.
Spores broadly ellipsoid to ellipsoid, ~9-11.5 × 6.5-8.5, representing specimen B. These two were growing about 6 inches apart.
Cap color is a little darker than I generally see with rooseveltensis.
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But this has been a great year for this so far.
I think we’re one decent rainfall away from seeing some of the more obscure Vaginatae.
Created: 2017-07-09 19:46:20 EDT (-0400)
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