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adnexed Amanita amyloid amyloid reaction base blue boletes broadly convex brown in age bruised cap and stalk Cap dry cespitose clusters cinnamon club-shaped cm broad cm long cm thick color conic convex coral fungi Cystidia Cystidia sterile cells dense dingy dull white eastern North America Edibility unknown/Common elliptical extend down stalk fairly well separated false morels flat in age flattened Flesh firm Flesh thin Fruiting body fungi fungus gill edge gilled mushrooms Gills adnate Gills attached Gills extend gleba glutinous gray gray-brown groups hairless hairs hairy hardwoods hardwoods and conifers knob latex Lepiota logs margin moist mushrooms Mycena North America odor olive-brown Omphalina orange pale pink pinkish polypores pore at apex puffballs red-brown reddish brown round smooth sometimes species spore sac staining stipe striate taste tinted toxins tubes universal veil Veil absent volva warts white spore print whitish widely distributed yellow yellow-brown yellowish