Hebeloma or Inocybe pyriodorous?
Delafield, Violetta White (botanist, mycologist, and garden designer, 1875-1949)
Botany; Mycology; Fungi; Mushrooms
Growing in leaf mold in light woods- / July 11- 1900- Litchfield Conn- / 1. Taste- nutty, sweet. / 2. Surface of Pileus, Smooth, dry- firm. / slightly shiny- pealing- [sic] / 3. Lamellae- Heterophyllous- free- close- / fairly wide- a beautiful reddish brown- / 4. Spores. Rusty brown oval- / 5. Stem Fleshy, stuffed, firm & hard to / the touch / A handsome fungus- growing near / stones- / Hebeloma or / Inocybe pyriodorous.?
Repository: Bard College, Montgomery Place
July 11, 1900
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Gift of J. Dennis Delafield
Paper (laid), pencil, watercolor
9 x 11 1/2 in. (22.86 x 29.21 cm)
Image Number: MP.2005.604
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