Stow, Mass. In sandy soil, after weeks of heavy rains.
September 13, 1911
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Pileus smooth but for the presence of a patch of the volva; very slightly and innately streaked with the prevailing brown color. Margin striate, somewhat indistinctly in places.
Gills free, but connected with the stem by fine lines which traverse the intervening "channel." Short gills at times attached to the longer ones. Edges even, and, apparently, not at all fimbriate.
Stem a trifle attenuated upwards, stuffed with a fine wet pith. Lines on the upper part of the ring so fine as to be scarcely discernible--same on the stem above the ring. This is an unusually large long-stemmed specimen. Generally the stem-length is about equal to the diameter of the cap. In such specimens the stem is really equal.
Louis C. C. Krieger
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Common names were obtained from the following sources:
Miller, Orson K. and David F. Farr. An index of the common fungi of North America, synonymy and common names. Vaduz [Liechtenstein]: J. Cramer, 1975. 206 p.
Lincoff, Gary. The National Audubon Society field guide to North American mushrooms. New York: Knopf: Distributed by Random House, c1998. 926 p.
Smith, Alexander H. The mushroom hunter's field guide. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, c1980. 316 p.