Strobilomyces dryophilus Cibula & N.S. Weber
Arian Farid 484
United States, Florida, Hillsborough, University of South Florida; S side of side walk, N of parking lot on N side of Richard Beard Garage.
28° 3' 36.5" N 82° 25' 2.7" W
Lawn, beneath mulch, adjacent to Quercus sp.
Pileus 2.5 cm diameter, convex, cream-colored, covered in soft, wooly scales, brownish at apex, margin with torn pieces of white veil; context white, pileus context slowly reddening then blackening, stipe context more quickly so, and fibrillose; pore surface white, bruising black, adnexed to stipe, angular pores, 1-2 pores per mm at distal ends, 1 per mm near stipe, tubes 1.4 cm long, blackening quickly when cut and surfacing blacking to touch; stipe scaly-wooly ¾ way down stipe, ridged beneath, mildly enlarged bulb at base, 3.5 cm long by 0.6 cm wide (1 cm wide at enlarged portion). KOH instant red-maroon, slowly black; Ammonia slowly yellowish; FeSO4 instantly blue.
Record Id: 731eb870-1c35-4b7d-8f03-c6d0c93db465