Observation 161079: Boletaceae Chevall.
When: 2014-03-08
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Found growing on a fallen tree, presumably oak.



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Recognized by sight: Photo #3 stipe, pores look similar to hortiboletus.

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By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2014-03-09 19:52:58 MST (-0700)

stipe would be off-center (in Arora), and the stipe is a separate projection to the wood (substrate). That may help someone. But no references to Oregon fungi from Florida, or at least very few. Hope someone else can help.

Here’s a video if it helps! :D
By: Selftaughtoneironaut
2014-03-09 18:53:26 MST (-0700)

This is the video I captured still frames from to get the photos here.


Yes, I found it growing on what appeared to be the base of a huge fallen tree. I’m not sure on the texture of the cap, as I never touched it. All 3 photos are the same.

Has pores.
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2014-03-09 15:47:54 MST (-0700)

But looks like either Boletus or Suillus. On wood? Texture? 3rd photo shows central stipe, first 2 photos don’t. Same fungus?

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