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The following is based upon original research by R. E. Tulloss.
60 mm wide, brownish orange (drying in situ), hemispheric, subshiny, dry; context 4.5 - 5.5 mm thick at stipe, sordid pink under pileipellis, shading to white below, with thin watery line above lamellae; margin striate (0.2R), nonappendiculate; universal veil as single small patch near disc, pallid, sordid, membranous, smooth, detersile.
free to narrowly adnate, with long (10× lens) decurrent line on stipe apex, ??, pale ochraceous in mass, sordid white in side view, 3.5 mm broad, with pale ochraceous edge; lamellulae truncate, of diverse lengths, unevenly distributed, plentiful.
62 × 8 mm, pale ochraceous above, brown to orange-brown to gray-brown in lower two-thirds (from handling? or age?), narrowing upward slightly, not flaring at apex, finely pulverulent above, longitudinally striate below; context grayish pink above, white in part, grayish at base, stuffed with firmly packed white cottony fibrils, with 4 mm wide central cylinder; exannulate; universal veil as saccate volva, pale ochre with deep ochraceous stains throughout upper third, membranous, tough, leathery, thin, 29 mm from base of stipe to highest point of limb.
In loam, otherwise not recorded.
U.S.A.: NEW MÉXICO—unkn. co. - unkn. loc., 14.viii.1992 NAMA 1992 foray participant s.n. [Tulloss 8-14-92-E] (RET 069-2).
—R. E. Tulloss
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