The cap of this species is deep red-brown. The volva remnants on the cap have pinkish
orange tints and leave patches that become grayish over time.
The stem is decorated with pinkish orange fibrils that
darken with maturity to dirt brown. The volva at the stem's based is reduced to a small appressed cup. Elsewhere on the lower stipe, the volva may be present in patches resembling those on the cap.
Not yet measured.
—R. E. Tulloss and J. Justice
Tulloss & J. Justice
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Near Pinus, with Liquidambar styracifula and Cornus florida.
U.S.A.: TEXAS— Unkn. Co. - ca. Cass-Marion Co. line, 13.6 km S of Linden on Hwy. 59, International Paper Nature Tr., 24.xi.1991 Jay Justice s.n. (RET 109-3), 17.x.1993 Jay Justice s.n. (RET 118-9).
"Volva peach at first (patches becoming grayish)"
—R. E. Tulloss
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