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When: 2013-12-21

Collection location: Parque de Monsanto, Lisboa, Portugal [Click for map]

Who: zaca

No specimen available

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Recognized by sight
84% (1)
Recognized by sight: if the odor is farinaceous, sometimes but faint, sometimes very strong. If not, consider terreum-group but I think the fruitbodies are too brightly coloured for them.

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By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2013-12-25 07:22:22 CST (-0500)

the yellowing will come only when decomposition starts or when shrouded in mould.
Besides of late they have separated scalpturatum and argyraceum once more which I am skeptic about. T. terreum is usually more dark and often more stout and has absolutely no smell at all (but all are excellent choice edibles ;) ) and is mycorrhizal with pines exclusively.

The odor
By: zaca
2013-12-25 07:10:51 CST (-0500)

… could be describe as vaguely farinaceous. On the other hand, I saw no trace of the yellow tinges that T. scalpturatum presents at least at maturity. Thus, I thought it could be another species.