Notes: amanita growing right next to a bolete!
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you can see the tan cap skin peeking out where the veil is breaking.
One of the gemmatoid critters, most likely.
It seems that every time I find Boletus edulis I also find Amanita muscaria. Not necessarily at the same time but under the same pine trees. This year the Boletes are out before the Amanitas.
went back and it is Amanita gemmata group
So what do you have there a B.grandedulus and an A.?
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