These were in another location few kms far from the observation #120110. Different aged specimens. Some old, one middle aged and one new. They are smaller than the other(120110).
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I think I had pushed on the white balance by mistake but the colours are that, vinaceous brown on old specimens, violet on new and something in the middle on the middle aged.
About stems, you know more than me, if you say it’s another group, please correct me. I thought that the middle aged was near the one of the other observation… I have to accurate my eyes to that.
Thank you Irene.
but the colours in the pictures makes an ID very difficult.. The shape of the stem base is not typical for glaucopus, more like sodagnitus, caerulescens or some other blue coloured hardwood associate.
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