Observation 165758: Suillus Gray
When: 2014-05-23

Notes: Thought this might be Suillus luteus as it was under the Pines near several other fungi. I had difficulty in finding a specimen that wasn’t too mature to load to file. Then again it may be something else!.(Strobilomyces,?, but the Stipe is unusual)

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Dave, I did not use a white balance card when taking these images. I was getting some interesting looks from an inquisitive Bull. I have redone two images to correct the green tinge. My apologies and you were right. There was a green tinge that should not have been there. The Images are marked ColA...
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Dave, I did not use a white balance card when taking these images. I was getting some interesting looks from an inquisitive Bull. I have redone two images to correct the green tinge. My apologies and you were right. There was a green tinge that should not have been there. The Images are marked ColA...

Proposed Names

28% (1)
Used references: MO
15% (3)
Used references: Arora, Mushrooms Demystified. NOTE: Identification based on US species, not Australian. Aquablue staining of cap edge, annulus and stipe interesting.
55% (3)
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Dave

Colours look ok to me on my two monitors, (calibrated with Spyder elite). Cap colour could be showing blue if black is greater % in colour management. (RGB)

Annulus
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2014-05-23 20:46:39 EDT (-0400)

now appears to be 2-layered. Tubes are (to me) brown, blue, and yellow (near stipe). Annulus no longer appears blue, but edge of cap is.

Tubes appear…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2014-05-23 18:54:36 EDT (-0400)

to be green.

See comments accompanying 4th or 5th posted photos.

Created: 2014-05-23 06:31:31 EDT (-0400)
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