> A single specimen growing in grass/moss under old oaks.
> Yellow-brown cap and similarly but lighter colored stipe; coffee-brown pores; flesh is yellow, bluing readily, but stipe flesh is mixed with red to brownish red tones in the bottom half. Most pix were taken without a flash under natural scattered light, so the colors are pretty accurate.
> The odor is pungent.
> KOH = mahogany-red on cap and medium orange on flesh; NH4OH = mahogany-brown on cap.


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Recognized by sight
Used references: obs 245850 is from the same location and looks very similar
Based on chemical features: KOH and NH4OH reactions on pileipellis

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