Notes: Hemlock-dominated woods.
Time elapsed between 3rd and 4th photos 5 minutes or so. Red staining within stipe base and yellow staining just above were slow to develop.
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appendiculatus has also been moved to genus Butyriboletus. This species is reported from western North America. I just read the description in BRB, and it does seem to be very close to B. brunneus.
Formerly, Boletus speciosus var. brunneus.
I usually only find this one early in the season, mid to late June. I think the recent spell of cool weather followed by hot weather has triggered some interesting fruitings of boletes.
Reminds me of the European boletus appendiculatus.
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