Observation 142059: Aureoboletus innixus (Frost) Halling, A.R. Bessette & A.E. Bessette
When: 2013-08-05
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Cespitose caps 3-6cm wide x 10-15 mm thick. Stipe widths at apex were 13-17mm, with lengths of 3-4 cm. Caps yellowish white background showing between red areolate cracks. Margin decurved and dry pileus. Pileal trama was yellowish-white with no color changes. Flesh brittle, mild taste, and had an odor of Witch Hazel or something like it. The pores were bright yellow, elongated, and sunken around the stipe, which was terrete, and elongated near the base,then tapering to a point. The apex was very finely reticulated, and the color was yellowish ,but darker near the base. stipe was solid,fibrous with yellowish-white flesh that slightly stained bluish when cut. Found on moss covered soil near Quercus, Acer, and Betula. Caps stained darkish-red with KOH, and the trama stained yellowish-orange with KOH.

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Boletus innixus
By: Phil (gunchky)
2016-02-03 13:54:15 CST (-0500)

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