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|I’d Call It That||3.0||5.58||1||(Noah)|
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It’s cap color which is usually grayish yellow, (this collection is yellowier then usual) the cap is also smooth, moist and subhygrophanous, white gills sometimes tinged yellowish and a farinaceous odor and taste.
We do have a couple of similar looking species in the northeast;
T. intermedium (=T. leucophyllum) which looks very similar but the cap color is more yellow-brown, similar in color to T. equestre and finely scaly and T. subluteum which has a umbonate cap and a yellow stem