Observation 208700: Leccinum Gray

Notes:
Growing near hemlock, white pine, red maple and aspen. Birch further away. Bruising brown.

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Proposed Names

28% (1)
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Recognized by sight
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Recognized by sight: As L. atrostipitatum
Used references: North American Boletes
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Recognized by sight: As L. oxyadabile, not sure if there really the same so I’m adding this note here
Used references: North American Boletes
-1% (2)
Used references: North American Boletes

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Looks like what I typically call L. scabrum.
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2016-12-07 06:17:19 PST (-0800)

Although the brown staining suggests subgranulosum. What I call scabrum sometimes shows brownish/yellowish bruising on the pores, and maybe a faint aqua stain on the stipe base. I would not call these versipelle, which I believe should be more robust and with more orange on the cap. Oxydabile shows a fair amount of blue and/or pink staining on the cut context, and IMO is most easily confused with holopus. But… these brownish/tannish scaber stalks all seem confusing to me.

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