Observation 200038: Boletus pallidus Frost
When: 2014-09-18
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Terrestrial in mixed woods. Started photographing mushrooms upon entering the woods, and upon encountering many species I grew tired of bending/lying down to take photos. This was one of many that I threw in my basket to view later, and then forgot to take field notes. gets to be a habit when I find too many species in short period of time.

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Used references: North American Boletes
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Phil, did you eliminate the possibility…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2015-03-01 19:15:35 MST (-0700)

of Boletus pallidus? This type is not intensely bitter and the pores usually bruise slate-bluish. But especially with very young specimens, sometimes there’s no bruising.

Tylopilus looks like a possibility to me. But I don’t recognize this as any type of Tylopilus I’ve found around here. Maybe T. intermedius?

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