Collection location: Ritter Farm Park, 19300 Ritter Pkwy Trail, Lakeville, Minnesota, USA [Click for map]
(coordinates hidden from public) 360m
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A. pyxidatus is a common species in my area. I’ll make it a point to bring some home and print it.
Thanks for these informations. In the monographs, it is indicated that the spore is white, but on my side (https://www.fungiquebec.ca/champignons/artomyces-pyxidatus), I had an ocher color. The research is continuing.
Unfortunately there weren’t any visual indicators of spore dispersal in this fungi’s local. I was hoping that upon desiccation, I might be able to collect some; but alas, no spores were found.
Did the collection sporulate? If so, what is the color in heaps?