Notes:
Collector’s_Name: Joanne Schwartz
Substrate: chipped bark
Habitat: irrigated residential landscape
Habitat_Condition_(Old_growth_thru_highly_disturbed): 6 months old installation
Host: dyed bark chips – could be burned. Could be from Sierra or high local mountains.
Habit: about 30 within 6 sq meters
Spore_Print: black
Smell_and_Taste: very sweet
Size: to 9.5cm tall
Chem_Test: ND
Stain/Bruise: none
Cap: Deeply striate, persistent even as gills deliquesced, some with smooth white disk, to 22mm wide, over top 48mm, top to bottom to 19mm, 1-2mm thick
Spore_Structure: Gills thin, crowded
Stipe: Fiberous, hollow, to 9.2 cm tall, max width 6mm at base, min 3mm near apex
Base: enlarged from stipe, thick with white mycelium, firmly attached to multiple bits of bark

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