Observation 26202: Suillus acidus (Peck) Singer
When: 2009-09-20
No herbarium specimen

Notes: This is another bolete that I can’t find a hard match for. Suillus intermedius and Suillus subalutaceus seem possible. The caps were up to 4.6 cm across and slightly viscid. The flesh was yellowish and I did not detect any staining of either it or the pores. There were some scattered glandular dots noticable especially above the thin band-like annulus.
The spores were tawny to cinnamon brown and ~8.0 X 3.0 microns(see photos).
No distinctive odor or taste.

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Used references: North American Boletes; B-R-B
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agreed,
By: damon brunette (damonbrunette)
2010-09-01 18:06:26 BST (+0100)

look at the black dots at near the base of the stem. Check out Kuo description.

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