Collection location: Umstead State Park, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA [Click for map]
Is this more of those specimens that are currently undescribed / being worked up?
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I see a good few of these that I always presumed were “Boletus” bicolor for years.
This indeed appears to be the same mushroom that Dazio Z. often finds in VA. I reckon it could be a taxon related to Butyriboletus roseopurpureus. I believe I have Dario’s collection of this entity, but I don’t think it was submitted for sequencing yet.
the Mushroom Expert depiction of B. pseudosensibilis (now or soon-to-be in genus Lanmaoa).
There seems to be different opinions regarding whether pseudosensibilis is a predominantly reddish-brown or truly red capped type. Also, the rapidity of blue staining for pseudosensibils is reported quite differently among available sources.
I am sorry to say I did NOT know to check that characteristic! :)
NEXT TIME THOUGH ! I’m not letting that slide by.
My only reservation is that I did not see much red or pink on the stipe.
Otherwise that seems a good fit.
Thank you, sir!
is that it almost always smells like beef bullion. Bruising of context tends to be slow with this species.
As in the second picture, a rather slow and grey “staining” rather than green or blue. I wasn’t even sure if I could call that staining!
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