When: 2018-06-08

Collection location: Stockbridge, Henry Co., Georgia, USA [Click for map]

Who: Chris Cassidy (cmcassidy)

No specimen available

Growing on grass/soil near near both hardwoods, and pine (more prolific growth near the former, oak precisely). Cap was slightly viscid when wet. Flesh firm, kind of having blue-ish, buff/grey tones, sometimes even bluish tones throughout. Slightly tan/brown on disc upon age. Gills emarginate/sinuate. Some in small clusters of two or three. Stipe is fibrillose, generally equal with younger specimens distributing a tapering towards bottom. Some of the older specimens have a slightly enlarged base; sometimes tapering beneath swollen base. No noticeable bruising, though some slightly brownish bruising towards base of stipe. Spore deposit white. Found in same area as Obs 371578 and likely the same species.


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Used references: Obs 371578 and Obs 371402

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By: Chris Cassidy (cmcassidy)
2018-10-27 08:45:46 EDT (-0400)

Do you think this could possibly be Dermoloma? Or just some sort of Tricholoma?

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