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Notes:
I found these growing underneath a pine tree along with some Lactarius deliciosus. I tasted the cap and it was bitter. Under the microscope, spores were white and slightly ornamented. In Meltzer’s Reagent the spores stained blue (amyloid).

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Note the slightly blue staining in the ornamentation of the spore. Taken in Brightfield with a 100X objective w/ oil. Sample in Meltzer’s Reagent.

Proposed Names

76% (1)
Recognized by sight: Red cap with reddish stipe. Also tasted bitter.
Based on microscopic features: Round ornamented spores
Based on chemical features: Spores were amyloid in Meltzer’s Reagent

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