When: 2010-09-26

Collection location: Sarasota, Florida, USA [Click for map]

27.3729°N 82.55°W 4m [Click for map]

Who: Mycorhizing

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P. rubricitrinus
By: Jason Bolin (j.bolin@outlook.com)
2018-03-02 10:02:33 EST (-0500)

Yes, this is a good example of a slightly reticulate P. rubricitrinus. They are very common in this type of habitat. The cap color is brick red when young and fades to a pinkish very quickly. It is a quick growing species and in grassy areas like this that are irrigated I have seen them pop up, mature and rot within a 48-72 hour period.

P. rubricitrinus?
By: I. G. Safonov (IGSafonov)
2018-02-27 15:29:41 EST (-0500)

In light of other recent posts by Mycorhizing that could be P. rubricitrinus, application of the name to this collection merits consideration. I stopped short of making this proposal because I found the stipe color and ornamentation (solid orange-red with at least partial reticulum and/or ridging extending to the lower portion of the stalk) inconsistent with those of the typical presentations of rubricitrinus inferred from other MO posts and the info in NAB/BENA.
I think that input from other MO users (e.g., Jared McRae and Jason Bolin) who have a firsthand experience with the species would be very valuable here.

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