Keys out to L. fallax in Aurora, but I don’t believe this is dark enough. Nor is the stipe appropriately dark-colored for L. fallax. There is a velvety appearance to the cap, slightly umbonate, small amounts of white latex near the stipe and from the stipe when broken.
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… was found with Western hemlock and Douglas-fir.
Created: 2008-11-16 04:38:12 CET (+0100)
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