Observation 167328: Leccinum percandidum (Vassilkov) Watling
When: 2013-08-12
(49.467° 75.466° 640m)
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Leccinum percandidum. Boletaceae, Agaricales. (Подосиновик белый)

Cap: 6-15cm convex up to broadly convex; surface is smooth; brownish-white or light brown. Odor is fragrant. Flesh is white and the older the softer; after damage it bruising violet up to dark brownish-gray. Tubes: attached, color from white up to light brown; old tubes imbibe water as a sponge. Stalk: 6-15cm long with tiny projections as darker dots, color brownish-white or light brown; 2-4cm thick, enlarged down; old one is some fibrous; after damage it bruising violet up to dark brownish-gray. Habitat: very rare kind scattered in small group near aspen mainly in wet places of pine-tree forest. Edibility: tasty.
July – August.

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I agree
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2014-06-14 08:34:35 PDT (-0700)

with your ID, but it seems like it’s not accepted as a species of its own anymore, only a colour form of Leccinum versipelle…but I think you could keep this name anyway :-)

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