Collection location: Beaver Meadows, Allegheny National Forest, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
These were growing on old decayed wood in mixed woods.
Spores were ~8.0-9.2 X 5.0-6.0 microns. They appeared to have a small apical pore and a small nipple on the opposite end.
Some slight bluing was apparent at the base of the stipe of one specimen initially and after 24 hours more general bluing was evident.
Material was vouchered by NAMA for the Field Museum.
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