Observation 173639: Suillus Gray
When: 2014-08-12
Who: mushy
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Stained everything brown. Sticky, especially the smaller ones.

The mycellium had grown in a pine cone on one of them.

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I am still learning tree ids, but
By: mushy
2014-08-16 22:48:12 WAT (+0100)

the pine cone pictured is from the tree hey surrounded. It did not match any description exactly in mushroomexpert, unless I missed something.

S. amer. was a guess from two other mushroom hobbyists.

Were these growing under white pine?
By: Chris Kleine (ckleine)
2014-08-15 23:21:32 WAT (+0100)

If so, Suillus americanus would seem like a good ID. The presence of tissue on the cap margin, glandular dots on the stipe, brownish staining of the pore surface, size, and coloration seem like a good fit. What key were you using for your ID? If you haven’t already, try this one at mushroom expert and see what you get: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/suillus.html

Ok, but which
By: mushy
2014-08-13 02:49:31 WAT (+0100)

Suillus is this? I can’t find a picture of it. There are samples from young to old . . . what else is needed for ID?

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