This collection was associated with Lodgepole pine at about 3300 feet elevation. Rhizopogon rubescens is very commonly found with 2- and 3- and 5-needle pines. Perhaps the largest specimen of any Rhizopogon I am aware of was found in Southern Oregon about 1994 and confirmed as Rhizopogon rubescens. That specimen weight over a pound, and amounted to several separate Rhizopogon rubescens which somehow joined together while maturing. It if distinquished mainly from the red-staining rhizomorphs on the peridium, plus the large size (for a Rhizopogon).
[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:03:34 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘near High Rocks, Clackamas Co., OR’ to ‘near High Rocks, Clackamas Co., Oregon, USA’
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