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that in Italy this never occurs in Boletus sect.Boletus(porcini)like this one, but i’ve seen this happen in some Hemileccinum and it shouldn’t have happened (none cited this happening from what i know)
in a place where it is seldom glimpsed by most porcini hunters (between the bottom of the pores and the bottom of the cap context), hence the commonly repeated and widely believed maxim that porcini doesn’t blue.
the question before us is what is the actual incidence of this occurring?
that will take a hundred bolete individuals photographed in a local fruiting population, showing both the positive and negative reactions.
sounds like the time is NOW, if you want to take this argument any farther.
otherwise, ho hum.
Created: 2012-11-19 04:06:16 EET (+0200)
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