Notes: Under oaks and beech. Frequently browsed on by small mammals and slugs.
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How is this different from the southern form of B. subglabripes? I noticed that the amount of “red pruinosity” on stipe is a highly variable parameter in both species, and other than that they look almost identical. See my observations Nos. 55018, 73649 and 73650. I would appreciate a comment from you (it could be a personal communication, if you desire). Thanks.
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