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Suillus luteus Greville's Bolete



Author 'Momjade' (Id 161617 ) : Known in English as Sticky Bun, this fungus does not grow in one place at Lake Sources: right at the entrance of an abandoned house. I arrived too late because virtually all fungi were crowded with insects. These two latter were still good for harvesting.



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EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon Coolpix P5100
Aperture: f/2.7 | Exposure time: 1/60 s | ISO: 164 | Focal: 7.5 mm (eq. 35 mm)| Metering: Pondération centrale (2)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 01/10/2011 13:40:14
Rue Châteauneuf, Saint-Colomban, QC J5K 1V5, Canada

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> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 01, 2011
Excellent sharpness and presentation for these fungi, and the colour strip on their environment.
(I would never pronounce myself as to the name of a fungus because I do not know that the mushrooms in their ravier at the supermarket ).
 
 > Author Momjade [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Nov 01, 2011
 
It is sure that these are far from being similar to button mushrooms from the supermarket. My mother knows them by their English name : Sugar Bun, and this, after a neighbor was reassured that they were edible. Me, I love so much to eat all the good varieties, such as in the photograph. This decision was one among a dozen. The subject is not centered
 
 > Author Momjade [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Nov 03, 2011
 
I have to correct the English name : it is called 'Cinnamon Bun'.
 
Identification > Ecmyco [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 26, 2011
Hello.
This mushroom reminds me a lot more Suillus grevillei that Suillus luteus, which is more brown. On the other hand, it must be remembered that the fungus presented grows in Quebec, and is apparently under a pine tree of the type '5 needle'.
 
 > Author Momjade [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Oct 27, 2011
 
I wasn't too sure of what Suillus was it, and according to the pictures in my book, it seemed to me that I had well named. However, I'm not an expert and you may well be right. The old copies beside those in the photo were quite brown.
 
> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 23, 2011
A very nice shot, Dan... Bravo ! what are the insects that squattent these mushrooms ?
 
 > Author Momjade [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Oct 27, 2011
 
I did not want to say which because it is quite disgusting for many. Let's say that they are those who do not have feet and are white.
 
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 23, 2011
The yellow boletus is recognized by its brown hat yellowish or reddish and its bright yellow pores. It possesses, very remarkable in this photo, a cuticle shiny and viscous. It is very common and often under the pine trees in groups. This is a good edible Far away once the slime. Nice shot: 1:
 
 > Author Momjade [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Oct 23, 2011
 
You know your mushrooms, I congratulate you. Indeed, these two were part of a large group, all growing in the lawn, in the same place. It's funny how we do not find it elsewhere, though many other species in the area.
 
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