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Pineapple bolete

Boletellus ananas

Description:

Cap has distinctive, coarse, hairy, purplish-red scales that extend beyond the edge & age to pinkish-tan or dingy-yellow.

Habitat:

Found in pine forest area in local park ., Gold Coast area.,,.


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2 Comments

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 months ago

Nice find. Glad rains eventually came up there.

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buttertoastopals
Spotted by
buttertoastopals

QLD, Australia

Lat: -25.80, Long: 150.47

Spotted on Jan 10, 2019
Submitted on Jan 10, 2019

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