Notes: Found along a lake shore under White Pine with oak in the vicinity. Odor nil. I tasted a bit of the context, and it was not bitter. I’ll try cooking/eating some. Other collections which I have called T. caligatum are browner, shaggier on the cap, bitter tasting, and occur in mature oak woods.
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