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It was found with Bishop pine.I left this at the Point Reyes Fungus Fair.
This is a Rhizopogon. But without spore workup or host species noted, it is impossible to be certain of which species. Most Rhizopogons upon maturity will change glebal coloration to some color: off-yellow, brown-sepia, etc. A pure white gleba, such as this appears to have, is generally an indication of immaturity.
Created: 2010-02-01 02:39:13 CET (+0100)
Last modified: 2010-02-01 02:39:13 CET (+0100)
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