A. M. DeJarnett

Current Determination: Agaricus silvicola (Vittad.) Peck
Family: Pluteaceae
Det. by: A. M. DeJarnett
Identification notes: scratch cap = pale yellow; spores dark brown; annulus flocculant on underside; stipe base bulbous, scratch = pale yellow, (not on stipe); odor at base sweet anise
Location: U.S.A.: Illinois
Locality: Shawnee National Forest, Burden Falls Wilderness: Burden Falls Wilderness site #1, northeast of McCormick
Habitat/Microhabitat: Pine plantation; gregarious to cespitose on ground

Collector(s): A. M. DeJarnett
Collection Date: 11 August 2000
Catalog Subset: Fungi
EMu IRN: 71093
OccurenceID: ef450fa7-bef0-4463-bf97-98dad6170b0a

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