Observation 102580: Boletus L.
When: 2012-07-22
38.53° 78.15°
No herbarium specimen
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Fruiting on the ground in upland mixed hardwood forest. Bills stained blue upon contact.

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This one looks a bit large for…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2012-07-24 10:19:41 EDT (-0400)

the group which inlcudes B. rubellus. But it also appears to be quite mature, and boletes are known to occasionally expand considerably in age. Features that remind me of B. rubellus are: stipe with equal thickness red below thansitioning to yellow near the apex, bluing on pores but only slightly on context near where the pores are attached, red (presumably faded to dull red) cap color.

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