Deep velvet blue caps at this stage of development for this species. Whitish/gray to creamy yellow colored pore structure. Odor: “pleasantly polypore-esque” with a hint of pine( from my experience).
Fruiting beneath large Douglas fir, Western red cedar and Western Hemlock trees. Matted snowmelt on canopy floor, wet understory. Large clusters of A. muscaria var. flavivolvata nearby.
Temp: low 60’s.
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