Notes: Two basidicarps growing next to each other under blueberry bushes, pitch pines and young scrub oak.
Dimensions: Cap = ~6cm in diameter; stipe = 6 cm long
The cap is medium dingy yellow.
The pore surface is brownish. Pores are 2-3 per mm, not radially arranged.
The stipe is pale yellow overall, brighter yellow at the apex, covered with purplish or red-brown glandular dots. There is no annulus. Some purplish tones are visible near the base; the lower half has some lemon-yellow discoloration that darken brown over time.
Chemical Tests: KOH = pinkish orange on cap; flashing cherry-red then quickly transitioning to dark red-brown on flesh. NH4OH = pale olive green on cap; flashing blue-green then quickly turning deep olive green on the flesh.
Spore deposit: ochraceous-brown (not en masse)
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That’s what I thought it was, too, till I hit the macro-chemical test section in B-R-B. Oh well…
Suillus punctipes but macro chemical reactions are all wrong.
Created: 2013-08-28 22:01:03 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2013-08-28 22:01:06 CEST (+0200)
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