Growing under hardwood trees at a Girl Scout Camp.
Specimen caps from 2 – 10 cm across.
Pores immediately bruised blue, flesh did not turn blue when cut.
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Again, not the best color, but I added a photo of the flesh
on your next picture. This mushroom may not be as easy to identify as many think.
Not a great picture. Cap is reddishy-purply-brick; stem is same, with undertones of yellow; pores and gills rich golden yellow. I’ll take another picture this weekend when I’m up in that area again.
look a bit off especially on the stem.
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