Collection location: Sam Houston National Forest, San Jacinto Co., Texas, USA [Click for map]
Single fb growing in mixed woods.
Cap 4.8 cm across.
Striations to 5mm long.
Spore print white.
Spores ~ 7.9-10.5 X 7.2-10.0 microns, globose to subglobose and smooth.
Q(range) = 1.01-1.10
Q(avg) = 1.04 n=18
No distinctive odor.
Spores on the smallish side and umbo color interesting(?).
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We will schedule the material for sampling shortly.
This is a lovely, delicate species.
Also isn’t SE Texas out of the Juniper’s normal range?
because that is where a pink capped grisette came from last year at the AZ NAMA foray! Just sent it in for DNA.
if it didn’t come out of the ground cleanly.
Mary and I saw the movie “First Man” last night. Somehow, this observation feels like a moon walk to me.
A gorgeous find.
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