Collection location: Morgan-Monroe State Forest, Indiana, USA [Click for map]
NH4 – Dark pink/red on cap; pink on context
KOH – Purple on cap; pink on context
Cap surface picked up some red tones along the margin where it was in contact with the collecting bag.
No distinct odor.
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under them to see if spores are still falling. The final picture is what they look like now. The red staining on the far left section is due to Nh4 and KOH. But there was some red staining around the margin on the one to the right.
Did you get a spore print?
Are those pinkish tints real and maybe from Tylopilus type spores?
Xanthoconium montaltoense might be a remote possibility but the pores should bruise mustard-yellow.
or potentially slowly pinkish red.
Created: 2012-09-20 20:16:26 CDT (-0400)
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