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then S. floccopus is possible. Oh well. Worth a chance. I don’t find much of this locally, although I know of collections from central Oregon. Some people report rather dramatic color changes in both the tubes, cap and stipe after slicing. But most people don’t post photos of sliced fruiting bodies. I’m wondering if the species have specific color changes they go thru.
If the color would change what species would you call it?
could you post a photo of a sliced specimen? I’m interested to see if the stipe flesh changes color, quickly or slowly.
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