See Pg. 224 "Mushrooms of Ontario and Eastern Canada"
Cap is convex at a young stage, after flat up to 8 cm wide, slimy, first whitish or chamois yellow. on the side …… (illegible) free, gills are attached close, pale white or cinnamon brown, sweating droplets. Stem: solid, then hollow, whitish. If the fungus is cut lengthwise from cap to stem a piece of the cap will be visible, hanging down in the hollow part of the stem. The smell is disgusting. Grows in woods everywhere.
Taken on November 10th 2016 at 10:41 am
Added on November 18th, 2020
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