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it could be Suillus bovinus.
This is a finding… an old CD with some preferred photos. I don’t remember if I took any picture of the stipe, but this the only photo that I have. They have scales, brown to pinky cream, and seem to be rubber like (Suillus???). At that time the hobby was taking photos of beautiful mushrooms, the identification was a second choice. Nowadays, I would like to ID but it’s not possible to buy the means.
I suggest using natural light and reflectors, or a mix of natural light and flash. Do you have pics of the stipe and pore surface? What was the KOH reaction like?
Created: 2013-09-01 01:35:20 CEST (+0200)
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