Observation 202929: Boletellus emodensis (Berk.) Singer
When: 2015-04-16

Notes: May be Boletellus deceptivus. Fungi almost completely concealed under loose bark on Stringy Bark (Eucalyptus Tree). Fungi deformed due to restrictive area of growth. Semi Dry Eucalyptus Forest.

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Recognized by sight: Fine scales on cap (even though somewhat dessicated), red stipe, cyanescence throughout stipe context.

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Specimen arrived.
By: Roy Halling (royh)
2015-05-20 12:48:53 PDT (-0700)

Thanks Ian. Looks like B. emodensis to me.

B. deceptivus
By: Roy Halling (royh)
2015-04-19 23:37:47 PDT (-0700)

has a white stipe surface and coarser scales. Also, B. deceptivus has white flesh that is NOT cyanescent. The scales on this Obs. are much finer, even though there is some cracking due to in situ drying.

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