Observation 139479: Boletus pulverulentus Opat.
When: 2013-07-10
No herbarium specimen

Notes: I’m not sure if what I am about to attempt will be proper etiquette or not. If not, Yall let me know. But I am calling on all of you for your expertise on help Identifying a few species from as far back as three months ago. They are in my photo collections and for varying reasons, never were Identified. So there are going to be some instances that crucial ID keys may be absent. I have been intending to remedy this for awhile. Procrastination. So are Yall up for the challenge , or should I just delete the nameless and move on?

This post will be a prime example of whats to come.

This little guy was growing in the sandy, creek flood wash out zone. Notice how quick the turned from neon orange to almost black in the short amount of time between plucking it, and turning it on its side to photo. I did not notice it until later when i was reviewing photos at home. And Thats all I have, with the exception photos.

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That adds up…
By: pete (petepann)
2013-07-12 05:48:40 EEST (+0300)

Upon additional research, Boletus pulverulentus Opat. fits. I wish I had cut it in half to witness the bluing!

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