Collection location: Kootenai Co., Idaho, USA [Click for map]
I think it could be Leccinum vulpinum. That is what I got when keying it out at mushroomexpert.com but I am inexperienced.
Pores easily separate. Slowly turn grayish
About 9 cm long I cut it off. 3.5 cm at widest width
10.5 cm, not slimy. Flesh is white, slowly bruises gray
Spore print color:
Did not print
Growing near fir and aspen. Don’t believe any pines were nearby. Faint smell of mushroom.
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Created: 2014-06-14 09:41:03 CDT (-0500)
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