Observation 119269: Suillus americanus (Peck) Snell
When: 2012-09-28
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Location: Lawn by pine tree. growing in cluster radiating around tree.
Pileus: 5.7cm diameter. Colour: yellow, green but had small red dots after drying.
Pileal surface: smooth. Pileal margin: smooth and not striate.
Gills: mixture of gills and pores that lead towards central stipe.
Pores: yellow, brown pores. spore print is brown. When cap is cut in half, there are 2 layers (1 layer with the pores and superficial to it is the 2nd with a yellow/green fleshy area)
Stipe: colour: tiger stripes (yellow green stripes with rust brown stripes down the stipe. .5cm in width, and 5.3cm length. Equal at base and apex and is stuffed with fleshy bright yellow tissue.
Stipe base: inserted/ insititous base
Annulus/Volva: none
Odor: Woody/spoiled orange

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