Collection location: Montréal, Quebec, Canada [Click for map]
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H. fuligineus is a big brown glutinous Hygrophorus that grows under white pine late in the season. The gills are white, sometimes with a salmon tint. It resists frost quite well and is often found abundantly in October and in early November.
What are the salient characteristics for this species? Other than a lot of slime…