Notes: A single specimen growing under mature oaks. It’s a small fruitbody, less than 2.5" in height. First I thought it was a bleached out B. auripes, though it grew far away from the area where I found auripes clusters. Further tests revealed that it’s a different mushroom. Notice the unique and strong reaction to both KOH and ammonia on the context. The colors of the fruitbody and the macrochemical test point toward Retiboletus ornatipes, but the reticulation (though darkening upon handling) is not coarse enough.
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