Notes: I don’ think these qualify as rubriceps, not red enough, and probably too far north for this species.
An unusually wet summer in Montana in 2009. I was trying to find one of very few first-year burn sites when suddenly these were all around the pine/spruce woods. I could have picked 100 pounds in a day or two. Spent most of my time looking for the elusive burn-site, which ended up having no morels. What was I gonna do with a 100 pounds of boletes and no available dehydration method? Picked about 10-12 pounds, gave some away and ate all the rest. Perhaps the highest quality I have ever eaten.
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Boletus edulis group on MycoBank
Alternative Name: Boletus L.
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