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Item Details
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Culture
American
Title
Lactarius deceptivus
Work Type
Botanical drawing
Date
July 20, 1920
Location
Buck Hill Falls, PA
Material
Paper (wove), pencil, watercolor
Measurements
7 x 10 in. (17.78 x 25.4 cm)
Description
13 / Lactarius deceptiva [sic] / 1. Pileus convex umbilicate, then depressed. / funnel shaped when old- whitish, stout / ochraceous tinted & somewhat scaly. / In young plants the margin is strongly / inrolled & there is a thick net [sic] of woven / threads from the surface of the roll [sic] to / the stem- filling in space between gills + stipe / 2. Gills are white, stout, somewhat decurrent / forked near the stem, becoming ochraceous / brown where bruised after some time / 3. Spores white. / 4. Stem solid, cylindrical, minutely / tomentose [sic], + spongy when old- / 5. Milk white, not changing color, taste / very acrid. / Growing in rich soil in woods. / Buck Hill Falls Penn. July 20-1920.-
Repository
Bard College, Montgomery Place
Subject
Botany;Mycology;Fungi;Mushrooms
ID Number
MP.2005.33
Source
Bard College, Montgomery Place: Violetta White Delafield Mushroom Drawings
Rights
In Copyright - Educational use Permitted http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-EDU/1.0/
Gift of J. Dennis Delafield
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