Pink spores,grows low to ground, and has reappeared in same area for multiple years.
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Ron, before I checked the date of your obsie, I was shaking my head at another perplexing late season bolete!
Geez Nathan, ya shoulda had this site up years ago, it would’ve saved a lot of confusion! ;)
Can your site sort obsies by date of sightings, rather than date of posting? It would be nice to see what’s fruiting chronologically…
First started finding T. humilus in 1999 and continued to find it in the same area almost every year since although not this last 2006 winter. I do have a single dried specimen from 1999 with a few notes and a photo.
Neat find! There’s a similar Tylopilus that comes up on the Monterey Peninsula around the time of the Santa Cruz fair. It is also short and I seem to remember it having pinkish pores, but I’m not certain. It would be great to have some dried material of these if you see it again.
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