This specimen through me for a major loop.
The fuzzy, pure white cap and apparent teeth reminded me of nothing I knew, except for this thing: observation 197902.
But by the time I got home, the specimen had blue-gray stains, the cap hairs had collapsed into a matted-tomentose surface, and a closer look at the fertile surface showed that it was composed of very ‘toothy’ pores (with irregular angular projections) – much more typical for Postia caesia.
|I’d Call It That||3.0||5.88||1||(Christian Schwarz)|
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