Observation 221484: Suillellus amygdalinus (Thiers) Vizzini, Simonini & Gelardi
When: 2015-10-30
No herbarium specimen

Notes: tiny boletus-suillus-ish things, smaller than finger tip. couple dozen in very small area.

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a single gilled mushroom growing in middle of the pored mushrooms. relationship?
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a single gilled mushroom growing in middle of the pored mushrooms. pored mushroom top, gilled mushroom bottom.

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It happens
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2015-11-02 14:54:38 PST (-0800)

Mycelia often form primordia (tiny fruitbody initials) that dry out or abort their development for other reasons.

For the record…
By: Ben Anderson (btanderson)
2015-11-02 13:44:25 PST (-0800)

these never “grew up”. I thought it was some miniature Boletaceae thing, but maybe they just terminated due to lack of deep soil moisture or something? They just kind of disappeared over the next couple days without enlarging.

growing directly adjacent to:
By: Ben Anderson (btanderson)
2015-11-02 11:26:49 PST (-0800)

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