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Arora seems to think there may be either 2 strains or 2 species involved. One is associated with birch in fall; another larger variety/species with pine and oak in late fall/winter. Fresh material may not stain red or brown. Older, mature material usually stains red and/or brown, including the gills, stipe and flesh.
Have you found this associated with pine or oak, Darvin?
The lawn was freshly watered. No red stains that I noticed.
Did the gills bruise red?
Created: 2012-11-11 14:32:20 CST (-0600)
Last modified: 2012-11-11 14:32:21 CST (-0600)
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