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stipe would be off-center (in Arora), and the stipe is a separate projection to the wood (substrate). That may help someone. But no references to Oregon fungi from Florida, or at least very few. Hope someone else can help.
This is the video I captured still frames from to get the photos here.
Yes, I found it growing on what appeared to be the base of a huge fallen tree. I’m not sure on the texture of the cap, as I never touched it. All 3 photos are the same.
But looks like either Boletus or Suillus. On wood? Texture? 3rd photo shows central stipe, first 2 photos don’t. Same fungus?
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