Under grand Fir, Western Hemlock, Sitka Spruce and Tanoak.
Cap 112 mm across, finely sulcate on margin in age. Thick veil patches when young, becoming bare in age. Surface thinly viscid to moist. Gills finely attached, partial gills abruptly truncate. Stipe 9-15 cm long, 18-20 mm thick at apex, 28-40 thick at bulb. Bulb slightly rimmed with a UV collar when young,not so in age. Veil remnants abundant on lower stipe when young. PV thick, skirt-like. Flesh firm, creamy-white with yellowish under cap skin; marbled creamy in young stipe, which is solid; center becoming pithy, hollow(ish) in age. No odor, taste mild.
|I’d Call It That||3.0||5.59||1||(Noah)|
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