Notes:
Cap 2.8-3.5 cm, convex, red, velvety, with an overhanging margin, not bluing.
Pores vivid yellow, small and round, slowly bluing in 30 seconds.
Tubes yellow, narrow, weakly bluing
Stem: 6.5-7,5 × 0.6-1 cm, clavate but pointed at base, deep red at the base, gradually paler towards the apex, yellow at apex, velvety in the lower 2/3, punctate above, bluing slowly and weakly.
Flesh vivid yellow, bluing slowly and weakly when cut.
Odor indistinct, taste mild
No chemical reaction tested

Under Quercus rubra, in rich soil, sometimes on wood, isolate or cespitose, in small troops.

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This was a 2013 find you are publishing now?
By: Scott Pavelle (Scott Pavelle)
2018-06-14 17:27:35 PDT (-0700)

Looks like a perfect specimen btw, and morphologically distinct from most of what I find around Pittsburgh. I’m looking forward to learning for sure how much that matters.

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