1. Limacella sp-Kuo-08260501, Coles Co., Illinois, U.S.A.
—R. E. Tulloss
Tulloss & Kuo
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20–50 mm wide, convex with broad umbo, becoming plano-convex or retaining broad umbo on expansion, smooth, thickly glutinous; context insubstantial, whitish, unchanging; margin incurved, not striate; gluten layer thick, orangish tan, reddish brown over disc, very pallid near and at margin.
very narrowly adnate (notched), close, cream, not bruising or discoloring; lamellulae present.
up to 80 × 10 mm, pallid, narrowing upward, probably dry above annular zone; bulb ??; context ??; partial veil as glutinous annular zone; universal veil as sheath, palely concolorous with pileus; basal mycelium white.
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