Observation 31777: Tylopilus plumbeoviolaceus (Snell & E.A. Dick) Singer
When: 2009-07-27
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cap 7.5 cm Width cap is round, convex, light brown, smooth, with very faint striations, dry. Pore surface light cream/light yellowish pore surface free from stem. Stalk 2 cm thick equal 6 cm length. Tan with violet striations becoming heaver towards the top. Flesh white non staining.Taste mild no odor. Found growing solitary, in mixed woods of Oak Hickory Beech.
Looks like this might be some sort of a Gyroporus. The pore surface is distinctively free from the stem. or it might be Tylopilus that is the other thought.

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Recognized by sight: found in mixed woods

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