Greenish fluorescens, hygrophanous, found early in the season in a rich spruce forest.
Other interesting species at this particular location has been Boletopsis leucomelaena and Sarcodon versipellis, among others.
I had no idea what zinziberatus actually is, but the italians seem to know(..!)
This tiny little cort (caps 3-4 cm) looks very close to what they call zinziberatus, if not the same.
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