Collection location: Briarcrest Elementary School, Shoreline, King Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]
Who: Tim Sage (NMNR)
Growing beneath Birch, near conifers.
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Is the same spot, last year.
I am broke (lost my job due to kidney stones) and am running low on all sorts of mycological supplies…
No rings on the lower stem and upper bulb. I think I see a short gill in the first image that seems not to be squarely cut off. There isn’t the slightest hint of striations on the cap margin. Just enough little things to make me wonder.
Can you test the for an amyloid reaction of the spores?
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