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I find B. pallidus to very consistent and this looks almost too interesting. It could be partially infected with hypomyces. The pores are bigger, brighter, the stipe base broader than I would expect, yet it could be B. pallidus.., I have seen young B. pallidus with a soft white bloom on the cap many times.
oak and white pine.
The cap color and bluing yellow-green pores are dead on; the stipe is browinish on white background, consistent with specimens developing brown stains in age. And yet, a couple of things don’t wash. The stipe is not glabrous enough — I can see some texture on the lower portion — and the habitat is coniferous (I not a single broadleaf on the ground).
Created: 2012-08-17 19:10:13 CDT (-0400)
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