On display at the OMS Fall Mycocamp
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R. roseolus should have a peridium which bruises reddish. This appears to have a gleba which bruises reddish. The same source indicated R. occidentalis has yellow or orange rhizomorphs, which sometimes stain reddish where bruises or cut.
The differences between these species (and R. vulgaris) is why Alexander H. Smith once noted he had “…the largest unidentified collection of Rhizopogons…” ever.
If found in sandy soil under Lodgepole pine. Considering the location …
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