Notes: Growing on sandy soil under mixed hardwoods.
No habitat photo because I failed to bring a back-up camera battery.
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- little bolete
- red cap
- yellow pores
- blue stains
I’m inclined to say Boletus harrisonii because it’s so common, and the stem base lacked any little orange/red dots. I didn’t taste because it had beetle residents. No microscope (yet), but I did make a specimen for when the day comes.
… campestris/fraternus/harrisonii/rubellus group???
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