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Wed Sep 15 18:32:54 EST 1999
My guess would be that it is a Strobilomyces. There is a picture of S.
floccopus in the Lincoff/Audobon book (Plate 379). There are also pictures
at these links:
I have only seen it in books; I would love to find it some day (I live on
the West Coast). It is a fascinating fungus!
Fungi01 at aol.com wrote in message <99928fe.25070c76 at aol.com>...
>today we were out hunting in a hickory woods in Pennsylvania and found
>collybia subnuda growing on small twigs in moss. We found a different
>mushroom about 6 inches away from a dead hickory stump comming out of the
>soil that from the top appeared to be a bolete but when my wife pulled it
>we discovered we had something very unusual. The cap is circular and
>brownish colored and has a wavy margin. The cream colored pores decend
>partway down the stalk. The stalk is beige colored and about 1 inch wide
>1 1/4 inch tall, it is central. It has a root that is dark brown colored
>is about 1/2 inch wide and an inch long but was much longer because it
>off when pulling it up, even where it broke it is still 1/2 inch wide. As
>for its really unusual feature the cap also has triangular raised
>that are about 1/4 inch tall and wide!!! There are about a dozen of them.
>So far i looked in the 4 vol. Fungi of switzerland, Alan Bessette's fungi
>north eastern North America, George Barron's Book, and The Lincoff's
>guide but i cant even find a genius not to mention a species. This is a
>puzzle since it has such distinctive features. Have any ideas?
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