Notes: Collected in an area where B. subvelutipes is common. These very small boletes exhibit many characters which I associate with B. subvelutipes… blackening of bruised cap surface, very dark bluing of context slowly to black, growing with hemlock and other conifers. But the pore surface on each specimen is completely yellow.
KOH mahagony on cap then to black, muddy orange on stipe context, orange to amber on stipe, tannish orange on pores.
One specimen preserved.
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