Observation 13194: Suillus luteus (L.) Roussel
When: 2008-10-26
No herbarium specimen

Notes: found in Sebastopol Memorial Lawn. Several having been clipped by the lawnmower. But a few of them below the blade depth. Photo shows the cone from the tree.

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The pine, the pine
By: George Riner (mycogeo)
2008-10-28 12:52:32 WIB (+0700)

It is a 2-needle pine with long needles – 4 inches or thereabouts I think. Maybe next time I’ll include a snip of the needles along with the cone and mushroom.

By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2008-10-28 12:14:39 WIB (+0700)

Could be Knobcone or Ponderosa pine; or Italian spruce-pine. Knobcones usually don’t release their cones or seeds until during a forest fire. I have an Italian spruce-pine in m backyard. It starts out looking like a miniature spruce tree (sometimes used as small Christmas tree) but later developes much longer needles at the node of every spruce-like needle.

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