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The following material is based on the original research of R. E. Tulloss.
25 - 38 mm wide as dried, brown, brownish orangish near margin, close to “oak brown,” “honey yellow,” or “yellowish brown” (5D6) as dried, subviscid; context rather thin (judging from exsiccatum); margin striate (0.4R as dried), nonappendiculate, decurved: unviersal veil ??.
narrowly adnate, subclose, whitish, ?? paper or yellower than pileus in exsiccatum, narrow; lamellulae attenuate??.
65 - 116 × 2 - 5 mm in exsiccatum, white, concolorous with pileus or paler in exsiccatum, narrowing upward; exannulate; universal veil as saccate volva, white, apparently fragile (judging from exsiccata), with upper tip of limb 18 - 23 mm brom base in exsiccatum.
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