(Tricholoma zelleri, Armillaria zelleri )
Grows under conifers in the summer.
Although listed as edible in many field guides it is said to be tasteless and not worth consuming. It could also be easily confused with other poisonous Tricholomas such as Tricholoma saponaceum however T. saponaceum is more yellowish with a green tint with a soapy smell.
White to Gold to Brown
May 03 2022 12:10 PM
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