Observation 129330: Albatrellus subrubescens (Murrill) Pouzar
When: 2013-02-09
(29.7811° -81.8573° )
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Cap and pores light cream color when fresh. Most of specimens had caps covered with light or dark green mold and a few different types of white, pink, and yellow parasitic fungi.

Odor mild, fruity, similar to oyster mushrooms.

Growing under pine and hardwood in leaf litter, sandy soil.

Perhaps A. ovinus?

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By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2013-02-23 10:45:10 GMT (+0000)

doesn’t sound right if it wasn’t growing with spruce. If it had been in Scandinavia I may have suggested subrubescens, but I don’t know what other species you have in Florida.

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