Collection location: Fort Ord National Monument, Seaside, Monterey Co., California, USA [Click for map]
These were found under Live Oak.
The caps were viscid and seemed to have varying amounts of scattered small warts.
The spores were approx. 9.0-9.8 X 5.4-6.1 microns and rough.
KOH on the cap was sl. reddish and weakly reddish brown on the stipe. Didn’t see any strong color changes on the cap flesh and only a weak reddish brown change on the stipe flesh.
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||5.81||1||(Alan Rockefeller)|
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Ron, great collection. I really I think that the Cort you show there is like the #1 there on the Yellow Bulbopodium from Northern Calfiornia list that I just created. It is something that comes close to C. olearioides Henry and has smaller spores (8-10 microns vs. the 10-12 for the other yellow Fulvi).
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