Observation 210360: Boletus subfraternus Coker & Beers
When: 2015-07-16

Notes: > A group of three specimens growing in the vicinity of mature oak and white pine.
> The largest fruiting body (pictured) has a cap diameter of 9-9.5 cm, which is too large for boletes in the rubellus/fraternus/campestris group.
> The dull rosy-red pileipellis glabrous and leathery, with just a touch of surface cracking.
> Xerocomoid and irregular pores of varying sizes: from 2-3 pores/mm at the cap edge to 1 pore/2mm near the stipe.
> The pore surface instantly bruising blue, but neither the cap nor stipe stain on handling.
> The context bright lemon yellow, staining blue slowly in select areas (see pix).
> Pleasant fungal odor.

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Note the decurrent gill-like lines at the apex stretching down the stipe
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Taken just after a few seconds following dissection
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Bluing after a couple minutes following dissection

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Used references: Mushroomexpert.com
Based on chemical features: KOH = rusty orange on cap; medium orange on context; NH4OH = yellow on cap; faint orange on context; FeSO4 = greenish-gray on cap; negative to pale gray on context

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus

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