Pinkish toned caps and teeth of this Sarcodon indicate S. scabrosus. Bitter in taste as with S. imbricatum- but with more pink/reddish tones all over, pinkish teeth and not distinctly turning upward in age. Not discoloring or exhibiting any blue staining before or after handling.
Taste: Bitter, mealy.
Smell: farinaceous, not unpleasant.
Temp: low 40’s.
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Created: 2015-10-11 23:02:19 AEDT (+1100)
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