Observation 51813: Tricholoma bufonium (Pers.) Gillet
When: 2010-09-01
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Didnt document this one so well. The cap was orange red, and the stipe and gills light yellow, same shade. Stipe thick and sturdy. When sliced did not produce any milk. Solitary growing in red pine.

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Recognized by sight: noah?
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Recognized by sight: I think Irene got it, at least sensu eastern North America (and perhaps more broadly the temperate zone?)
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thanks irene..
By: damon brunette (damonbrunette)
2010-09-01 22:38:03 AEST (+1000)

I looked at images you recommended, and they look correct. I did not notice that strong tar smell as is indicated by this species. Im usually diligent about this, but may have passed it by while waiting for it to stain….

Any particular smell on this?
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2010-09-01 16:07:37 AEST (+1000)

It reminds a lot of one that I have been used to call Tricholoma bufonium, closely related to Tricholoma sulphureum (by some regarded to be synonyms).

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