Notes: Freshest one seen all weekend. Cap concave, brown with yellow tones with a shine, often cracked as here, always frosted with white sand that is substrate, often beneath pine needles. Almost always seen under pine; several species in area. Gills free, whitish with brown margin, stipe thick, with brown, cracked surface, white context, and some reddish tones on surface of stipe only. This one developed red band on stipe surface immediately after break for entire circumference of stipe, not repeated with subsequent cutting of stipe with knife. fb wormy, covered with ants following collection and discarded.
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