Is it weird to find these so late? The bigger one seems pretty old, but the little one is in good condition…. found under hemlock.
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No, it’s not late. Second half of September into the middle of October is when B. edulis frequently fruits under spruce and hemlock in our latitudes, though I collected it in August at higher altitudes where night-time temps are much cooler than at sea level… Congrats!
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