Notes: These were growing in grass surrounded by mature basswood, black cherry, black birch, beech and sugar maple (tree identification by R. J. Cook of RAMA). There was also a small white pine (~7 feet tall) a few yards away and a comparably-sized hemlock farther out. From the looks of it, these were mycorrhizal with the hardwoods! This section of the woods was adjacent to the visitor center.
Boletus edulis group on MyCoPortal
Boletus edulis group on MycoBank
Alternative Name: Boletus L.
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