Collection location: Harris Co., Georgia, USA [Click for map]
Who: Jake Parkes (Donezo)
Pileus: 5-5.5 cm in diameter; convex when young, flattening with maturity, dark gray-brown in the center lightening towards the margin; margin striated, striations 1/3 the radius,
Stipe: 5.5-6 × .5 cm; white, fibrillose, bulbless, volval remnants easily coming off in the soil, exannulate
Gills: white, free, crowded, somewhat flocculose
Odor/Taste: No odor; taste not recorded
Habitat: Eroded slope under Quercus acutissima
The photo where the specimen appears to have a thin annulus is a gill that fell off when the cap split.
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Rod and Mary Tulloss
This is one of the ones I’m including in the Rod Tulloss Box. I will have it sent out by the end of the week.
Not sure if I know this one. I’d like to see it (half of it) if you have an opportunity to preserve it for study.
Created: 2018-06-03 11:57:40 CDT (-0500)
Last modified: 2018-06-17 12:57:39 CDT (-0500)
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