Notes: Still soft and cheesy- NOT HARD like F.pinicola. Note image 3 where my thumb is pushed to the first knuckle into the fresh growing pore structure. At maturity this species becomes less spongy/cheesy and is friable- like a piece of chalk almost.
I estimate this one will continue fruiting for possibly another 20 years or so.
Fruiting on a fallen old growth larch tree.
Temp: low 40’s.
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