Observation 279629: Suillus granulatus group

When: 2017-06-22

Collection location: Austin T. Blakeslee Natural Area, Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]

Who: Dave W (Dave W)

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I’ve been looking for “granulatus” with basal deposits resembling white Hypomyces and/or deposits along the cap margin resembling remains of a veil. This group (all growing within one square yard) offered both features. White deposits on stipe bases of the three larger ones appears to be either mycelium or a secondary fungal growth. The two small caps showed white along the cap margins. Looked somewhat like velar deposits, but turned out to be faded material forming sterile margins (flaps).

One fruit body preserved.

Under white pine.


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