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the description of the pores of B. subtomentosus includes “sublamellate near the stipe.” Stipe color for this obs does lack the reddish tones against a yellow background color, but I have IDed sepecimens of B. subtomentosus with stipe and/or pores fairly well faded. The semi-reticulate arrangement of ribs on the stipe apex is a typical subtomentosus trait.
B. subtomentosus in my experience has a bright yellow stem… Also, whats with the pore diameter of this fungus getting bigger as it reaches the stem? Interesting!
Created: 2012-12-09 18:10:25 SAST (+0200)
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