Posted by Paul 9/12/13
Paul:I'm thinking Leccinum because of the scaly stipe. The species could be L. ponderosum because it was found at about 2,200 feet in young Doug fir in the coast range. The pore print is brown. Perhaps the distinstive flap on the cap margin is important?
Sava: Leccinum has small round pores. This is a Suillus.
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