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Notes:
Single fruiting body beneath Western Hemlock and Douglas fir. Matte green, conical cap(darker near central disc point/nearly black streaked).
Cap drying buff/brown.
Odor: farinacious not unpleasant.
Stem staining pinkish/orange at extreme base when dried.
Harvested/dehydrated specimen for herbarium collection.

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Pinkish tones at extreme base visible(in addition to yellow staining where handled).
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Pink tones at base more prominent once home. Intensified after dehydration.
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