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Field Guide to Wild Mushrooms of Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic
Limited preview - 2010
Amanita Amanita Amanita verna Armillaria August becoming bolete Boletellus brownish bulbous at base Cantharellus cap and stem Chanterelle Clavaria Clitocybe Coastal Plain Collybia color as cap Common morel Commonly Eaten conical convex to flat coral fungi Cortinarius Cortinarius deer depressed in center false truffles feed heavily flesh white fleshy fungi Forest Experiment Station fruiting bodies funnel funnel-shaped genus giant puffball gills are free GILLS white hardwood types Honey Mushroom Hygrophorus inches in diameter inches long inches wide July Laccaria Lactarius Lactarius Lactarius piperatus later convex later flat Lepiota margin maturity Morchella mycelium Ocala National Forest occur October pale yellow Parilis pink pinkish Pluteus Rhizopogon rodents Russula Russula scales scaly GILLS September short decurrent slightly smooth specimens spore mass spores white STEM Suillus granulatus surface tapering upward thick tinged Tricholoma Tricholoma TUBES STEM turning USDA Forest Service usually veil VOLVA Waxy white or pale white spores whitish woods yellow STEM yellowish