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Fungi, Highlands

Observed: 1st September 2011 By: tluthmantluthman’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
P1000581
P1000581 1
Description:

Found in pine/birch woodland

Identifications

No identification made yet.

Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

ranon.2011's picture

Fungi, Highlands

Bolete possibly

Sarah West's picture

It would be useful to have a

It would be useful to have a picture of the underside of the cap (to see if there are pores or gills). If it has pores, then as ranon suggests, it is a boletus type. Often with these species you also need to bruise the flesh (most commonly done by cutting the specimen in half) to see what colour changes take place.

Sarah West
www.OPALexplorenature.org
OPAL Community Scientist
Yorkshire and Humber

tluthman's picture

Thanks for your help. I'll

Thanks for your help. I'll try to find another specimen and get some pictures of the underside.

Martincito's picture

Cystolepiota moelleri?

Cystolepiota moelleri? Cortinarius flexipes?? Lactarius trivialis???