Observation 52999: Suillus neoalbidipes M.E. Palm & E.L. Stewart
When: 2010-09-15
(45.806696° -77.136211° )
No herbarium specimen

Notes: The very pale green color of these reminded me of Amanita citrina but not the cap shape, clustered growth, or short stature. Flipping one over revealed it to be a Suillus of some stripe. Stipe interior has pinkish areas. Pores small, pale yellow. Glandular dots on stipe.

Found in Zone 44, but far from the part of it I usually pass through. Fairly close to the 44/45 border. Zone 44 is mixed, hardwood-dominated but with pine and Balsam fir scattered about; Betula papyrifera and maple predominant and aspen absent.

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Recognized by sight: Glandular dots on stipe.
22% (1)
Recognized by sight: Suillus granulatus

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