San Francisco State University, Harry D. Thiers Herbarium
Catalog #: SFSU-F-034602
Taxon: Gomphus bonarii (Morse) Singer
Family: Gomphaceae
Collector: N. Siegel   2488   
Date: 2017-11-29
Locality: USA, California, Plumas, Plumas National Forest, Round Valley Reservoir, day use area.
40.113532  -120.953761 +-400m.
Habitat: Mixed conifers; White Fir, Douglas-fir, Ponderosa Pine, with scattered Black Oak and incense-cedar.
Substrate: Soil.
Description: Cap 77-111 mm across, orange scales and appressed fibrils over a paler base color, Stipe 95-103 mm long, 33-38 mm thick at top, tapering to a rounded base, 122-134 mm high overall. Stipe solid, vinaceous gray stains on ext., flesh whitish. Taste mild, odor indistinct.
Occurrence Remarks: Scattered under White Fir and Douglas-fir.
Specimen Images
Record Id: c3e5f332-6e7a-4b45-bff8-3b19c598d1cc
Occurrence ID (GUID): c3e5f332-6e7a-4b45-bff8-3b19c598d1cc
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: Dennis Desjardin (ded@sfsu.edu)
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