The darker one is old. Two different collections made in same area. Third and fourth photos show prime specimen.
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in this area two or three days prior to my collecting these.
may be a result of pounding rain.
Howdy all – not having spent much time in the East, I’d like to ask for people’s opinion on how often
B. pallidus caps are found in a relatively fresh state that look this dark.
Almost all the ones I saw last summer were pale like the ‘prime’ specimen here.
Created: 2012-08-09 17:16:04 CEST (+0200)
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