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Slippery Jack

Suillus sp.

Description:

The biggest mushroom in the photos had a diameter of 20-25 cm.

Habitat:

Spotted these mushrooms in Hacıosman korusu, a temperate pine forest in Istanbul.

Notes:

Some of the same mushrooms (not the ones in the photos) where decaying and turning black and slimy. The decaying ones would release a strong and unpleasant odor if disturbed, you could smell the odor from 50 meters away.

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2 Comments

Jae
Jae 6 years ago

Great spotting, Mustafa. Did you see a ring on the stem? If so can you perhaps recall if it had a brown ring or a more yellow ring? A brown ring could indicate the slipery jack (Suillus luteus), and the larch bolete (Suillus grevillei) has a yellowish ring.

Mustafa Rustom
Mustafa Rustom 7 years ago

They definitely looks like Suillus species, I'm guessing Suillus Collinitus. Anyone could confirm?

Mustafa Rustom
Spotted by
Mustafa Rustom

Marmara Bölgesi, Turkey

Spotted on Nov 4, 2013
Submitted on Nov 4, 2013

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