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SPORE PRINT: White COLLAR: Yes CAP: Campanulate and slimy texture GILLS (ATTACHED OR UNATTACHED): Attached STALK COLOR: White Cap Color: Red with white spots COLOR (OVERALL): Red ODOR: I didn’t notice any odor when I came across this mushroom
NEARBY TREES: The trees nearby are lots of oak, pine and birch from what we saw GROUPING OF THE MUSHROOMS: With simular mushrooms in a square meter. LOCATION: In the forest covered in moist soil covered in dry, dead leaves. In the middle of the trail. Around ten meters into the forest. Sunlit area. TIME OF YEAR: FALL (MID NOVEMBER) WEATHER CONDITIONS: Under an inch of snow scattering the forest floor. The temperature was around 20º C. Soil was frozen from frost.
Found in the woods of Waterboro, Maine, this mushroom is believed to be Two-Colored Bolete. Discovered on November 1st and taken out of its habitat on November 14th. With the characteristics above, we have gotten an idea of the identification of this mushroom.