Observation 301887: Xerocomus Quél.

Notes:
Potential ECM hosts in the area that I noticed were Quercus spp., Ostrya virginiana, Fagus grandifolia and Pinus sp. Growing from or through a well-rotted log. Taste mild. Context not bruising. Pores bruising brown. Yellow margin on pore surface. Basal mycelium white. 3% KOH reddish-brown on cap and pores, amber on stem and negative on context.

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Yes, looks like it
By: I. G. Safonov (IGSafonov)
2018-07-31 23:17:14 EDT (-0400)

Your sequence it needs some more careful editing and maybe a reverse read if it hasn’t been done, but the greater bulk of the trace, including the conserved 5.8S region, is an perfect match to that of my collection.
This is a good data point, as we now have a better idea of this critter’s distribution range — NJ west to IN and south to GA — which is impressive.

Same species here
By: Django Grootmyers (heelsplitter)
2018-07-31 15:25:04 EDT (-0400)

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