Notes: Cap up to 55 mm., whitish, firm. Whitish spines, decurrent. Stem 45 mm. × 16 mm., cream top portion, brown below, firm but not tough to cut through like the Hydnellum species I’ve collected. KOH on flesh first green then black.
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Yes, it had a particular odor when I first cut it open but I can’t describe it and it wasn’t as strong or linger long like the odor of Hydnellum suaveolens for instance. Bankera violascens seems promising from what I can find in the references. Thank you.
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