Observation 178364: Baorangia bicolor group

Found in mixed hardwoods next to living White Oak. Bruises blue slowly on thin tight pore surface. No bruising on stipe which is red from base to apex. Dark red pileus part of which has turned pinkish red after critter consumed it, similar to this observation…http://mushroomobserver.org/144994?q=2Axu5 has an inrolled margin. KOH on cap negative, same on context. Smell mild and mushroomy. Taste mild.

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By: I. G. Safonov (IGSafonov)
2017-07-21 07:54:05 MDT (-0600)

The ‘pink effect’ from insect activity seen in the cap scar tissue is not unique to bicolor — I’ve just seen it in pallidoroseus.

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