High elevations under conifers. They are generally found around 10,000ft in Colorado.
Albatrellopsis confluens is pretty common at higher elevations. They can be very abundant. Edibility is best in younger specimens. They can be infested with bugs pretty early. It's pretty easy to identify. There are also other Albatrellus species in Colorado but they are different in color.
Sweet and Fruity sometimes soapy
Orange / White
Oct 13 2022 09:18 AM
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