University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium
Occurrence ID (GUID):
Taxon:Phellodon graveolens (Pers.) P. Karst. Family: Bankeraceae
Coker, Louise Manning Venable
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Highlands, Highlands, N.C. [North Carolina] along trail up Fodderstack Mountain
35.037183 -83.181662 +-477m.
deciduous woods; among ferns
center of each unit blackish brown to black, broad margin in two or more zones which are very pale pinkish or faun and felted tomentosa. The black areas represent the plants at their first growth, followed by a rest and renewed growth. Odor of these when quite fresh very obvious, somewhat like fenugreek (described like radish by one student). Spores pure white.