Observation 209774: Leccinum rugosiceps (Peck) Singer
When: 2015-07-10
No herbarium specimen

Notes: A few growing in lawn under Oaks. Mature cap: 6.7 cm., dry, firm, “lumpy”, pumpkin colored gradually fading to brown; stem: yellowish-buff, covered with ochre colored scabers, 5.5 cm. tall, apex width 3 cm. enlarging to 3.4 cm. at base. Pale yellow pore surface recessed around stem, bruising only slightly brownish. Basal mycelium yellowish although it photographed white. Flesh light yellow bruising slowly purplish-red when cut then graying. Ammonia on cap = reddish. Ochraceous spore print.

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Close-up of scabers on stem.

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Used references: Phillips, Mushrooms and Other Fingi of North America", Kuo, "Mushrooms of the Midwest, MO bos # 129302, 129212, 31664

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