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9/6/03 Dianna Smith


Deerfield Ponds, Pawling NY

Dave Rose, acting COMA president, historian, writer, archivist and lecturer is holding a Tricholomopsis rutilans, which he found growing on deaying conifer wood. This lovely mushroom has yellow flesh and stipe, and attached, close, yellow gills. The convex to flat cap is 'decorated' with tiny reddish flecks (as is the stipe). Commonly called 'Plums and Custard,' Tricholomopsis rutilans has a white spore print.

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