Notes: A Bolete.
Habitat: on ground; few feet off gravel road in leaf & Pine-needle litter; mixed woods all around; nearby species are White Pine & herbaceous plants.
Cap: two individuals fused; convex; color gray-brown – lighter in center, darkening toward margin; diameter of photoed specimen 5.7 cm.
Stalk: centered; off white background; brownish patches and scabers; diameter ~1.2 cm.
Pore surface: yellow with brownish tinge; pore size ~1 mm; pore layer seems to peel easily from cap.
Spores: print yellow-brown; size 11.3 × 6.2 um; shape – see photo.
Chemistry on cap: FeSO4 negative; NaOH darkening; NH4OH darkening.
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I missed the location box. I guess I thought the coordinates would place my location on the map.
I’ll check out Suillus granulatus. Thanks!
You need to be more specific than earth!
How about Suillus granulatus?
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