When: 2010-01-23

Collection location: Rotary Park, Clarksville, Tennessee, USA [Click for map]

Who: jim (ckm3)

No specimen available

Found on a well decayed oak(?) log in an open deciduous forest. Temperatures in the prior week had been as low as 25ºF with highs reaching 40ºF. The very rich orange and the widely spaced gills makes is possible this is P. subnidulans, but I’m not (yet) microscopically competent nor equipped. The spores (pic 3) seemed to be pinkish tan.


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Used references: McKnight/McKnight Mushrooms pg 181
Barron Mushrooms of Northeast North America 190

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By: jim (ckm3)
2010-01-30 12:30:11 EST (-0500)

- for correcting my typo!

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