Notes: One of the specimens displayed at the Oregon Mycological Society Fall Mycocamp, 27 October 2013. Most were collected 26 October at Camp Magruder, with others collected within about 50 miles on the Oregon coast, and — fewer — in the Oregon Coast Range, or even as early as 23 October near Portland, Oregon.Most specimens at this foray were identified by: Richard Bishop (Leciman), Sava Krstic (Sava), Judy Roger, Sallie Tucker Jones, Christian Schwarz (Christian).
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Draft For Wild Mushrooms Of The Northeastern United States By Erlon (Private)
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Your guess why it’s so red is as good as any.
The photo (sorry for the quality) was taken Sunday, 27 Oct. The collection was 26 Oct, or possibly earlier. So it was sitting in a relatively dry room for at least a day. (You’ve probably noticed that many of the recently posted photos from the 2103 OMS Fall Mycocamp also show dried-up specimens.)
I’m afraid I can’t answer this question. What I was looking at when I wrote that tag was not nearly as red as what we see in the photo.
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