When: 2019-03-03

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

Who: Chris Cassidy (cmcassidy)

No specimen available

Notes:
Fruiting under small oak tree within sandy and rocky soil. Odor nondistinctive on the more mature specimens, though fresh fruitings exhibited the typical ‘raddish’-like odor, somewhat earthy; did not taste.

Spores brownish, ellipsoiod, but mostly amygdaliform, verrucose, somewhat dextrinoid, ~11 – 15 × 5 – 7 μm, (L’ = 12.39 μm; W’ = 5.64 μm; Q = 1.86 – 2.50 μm; Q’ = 2.21 μm; N = 19); basidia 4-spored, clavate, ~ 27-33 × 8-10μm; cheilocystidia abundant, smooth, clavate to subcapitate, with frequently ventricose/swollen basal portion and skinnier midportion, ~37 – 76 x (5) 6 – 9.5 μm.

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Based on microscopic features: Cheilocystidia with swollen bases and apices, slender mid-portion
29% (1)
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Based on microscopic features: Cheilocystidia with swollen apices and bases, constructed/narrow mid-portion.
-57% (1)
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Based on microscopic features
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