[admin – Sat Sep 11 19:03:44 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Sugar Loaf and Coyote Creek trail, Top of the World, Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada’ to ‘Sugar Loaf and Coyote Creek Trail, Top of the World, Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada’
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I should have caught that…
as in Rhizopogon
This is not Leucogaster.. The peridium of Leucogaster rubescens is yellowish when fresh and only turns red when dried.
Anyway the spores are typical Rhisopogon type which is nothing like a Leucogaster.
This fits Rhisopogon vulgaris with its yellow and red tones of the fresh sporocarp and spore measurements.
Reminds me of Leucophleps or Leucogaster. Reddish staining on the peridium strongly indicative of Leucogaster rubescens, which is known from Southeastern Canada.
Created: 2010-08-31 10:31:30 PDT (-0700)
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