Observation 119472: Tylopilus P. Karst.
When: 2012-12-07

Notes: These were growing on the ground in mixed woods, primarily Live Oak and madrone.
Stems had reticulation on upper portions.
Spores were ~ 9.2-11.2 X 4.0-4.8 microns.
They were growing near an area where I’ve found what we have been calling Tylopilus indecisus but these have darker caps. According to the Thiers description that is common in younger specimens. However, I wonder if these are really the same species that is more commonly found east of the Rockies?

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