Notes: Cleaning up some other observations here.
These are nice buttons of this bolete, I found a few under this live oak. The pores are red, but no spores yet. The button nice and fat, and stains blue anywhere, esp. when cut.
I am calling these amygdalinus. Although I can’t seem to tell the difference between this and erythropus, except for vague statements about brownish and pinking cap colors. So, I will go with amygdalinus until someone can show me what is the clear difference between these.
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