Nothing shows that it is found in southeast Texas. It grows for about one week a year in my yard. I removed them and discarded them until this year. I researched and was certain it was Boletus Regius. I’ve been eating them for the past week and they’re delicious. There is a giant Oak tree near where they grow. They grow from the grass when we get a lot of rain. I’ve collected several pounds of them each year. This year after discovering that they are edible, I shared them with friends.
The pictures might look very different, but are all the same…just taken at different stages of growth.
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||2.72||1||(Ronco)|
|As If!||-3.0||4.34||1||(Davide Puddu)|
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