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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium
Catalog #: NCU-F-0009305
Taxon: Russula albidula Peck
Family: Russulaceae
Collector: Coker, William Chambers   14302   
Date: 1947-10-18
Additional Collectors: Coker, Louise Venable
Locality: United States, North Carolina, Chatham, Manns Chapel Pine Grove. Chatham Co. [County], N.C. [North Carolina], about 8 miles from Chapel Hill
35.7  -79.26667 +-1127m.  WGS84
Georeference Remarks: lat/long = Manns Chapel, desanctified in 1987
Description: Coker - cap and stem white, soon with discolored brownish or creamy places - stems short, equal stout, rounded at base, not mating [?] attached by fine fibers. center spongy + soft. cap [illegible] with as removable, membrane. Gills fragile, creamy strum [?] [illegible] mature then soft, [illegible] but not very brittle. cap center depressed margin not striate at first, but becoming so in [illegible] - gills not much forked and not many inserted. Close then [?] distant in ape cap odor none. adnexed 3 - 9.5 cm 2 - 4.5 x 9 - 20 mm.
Occurrence Remarks: Taste intensely acrid.
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Record Id: 94404007-5575-4537-99fc-f2a53b420c44
Occurrence ID (GUID): 94404007-5575-4537-99fc-f2a53b420c44
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: Carol Ann McCormick (mccormick@unc.edu)
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