Really strange seeing these kings fruiting in an urban setting beneath decorative(imported) Populus trees. Couldn’t believe it!
White pore surface, nutty scent, textured/netted light tan stem(bulbous), tannish buff cap and growth with populus all seem to indicate B. edulis. Not positive in this identification due to location, though. Have found L. scabrum and S. luteus in this same spot in years prior- but never these.
Temp: low 50’s day- upper 30’s at night.
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indicated Aspen. Have you ever found B.edulis in an urban setting here in WA?
Created: 2011-10-21 05:40:22 CST (+0800)
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