Observation 160397: Boletus luridellus (Murrill) Murrill
When: 2011-09-30
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Cap color variable: yellow-brown to amber-brown, sometimes streaked brown over a yellow ground color, becoming ochraceous tawny in age. Flesh is yellow, blues quickly when cut, odor & taste not distinctive. Its pore surface is yellow at first, becoming greenish yellow to olive-yellow in age. The stalk is dry, solid and covered with brown reticulation on the upper portion that sometimes is yellow at the apex. Grows under oak and pine.

Boletus subsensiblis (Murrill) Murrill is a synonym.

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