Observation 24671: Boletus nobilissimus Both & R. Riedel
When: 2009-08-23
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Found under oaks. Typically found here in late August. Note reticulations that go to the base of the stipe. Last picture shows various stages of fruiting.

[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:04:32 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Perrot State Park, Trempeauleau County, Trempeauleau, WI’ to ‘Perrot State Park, Trempealeau Co., Wisconsin, USA

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Recognized by sight: This is a relatively uncommon midwestern relative of Boletus edulis. Note that the reticulations go all the way down to the base of the stipe.
Used references: Identified by Bryn Dentinger, who did his dissertation on boletes at the University of Minnesota

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thanks Tom.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2009-08-24 16:33:29 EDT (-0400)

you can see the upper stipe reticulations a lot better on that very last shot…which of course i didn’t look at before i sent my email!

reticulations
By: Tom Volk (TomVolk)
2009-08-24 15:48:11 EDT (-0400)

are all the way up, but harder to see on the young ones in these pictures. fewer spores have yet fallen on them to make them more visible.

interesting bolete.
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2009-08-24 13:45:27 EDT (-0400)

it almost looks like the reticulations are concentrated at the base…hard to see much at the stipe apex.

Also recently found near Balsam Grove, NC under oaks.
By: Rita Olschewski (Rita O)
2009-08-24 12:56:54 EDT (-0400)

Great pictures. I found three of these beauties under oaks in grass near Balsam Grove, NC and your pictures helped me identify them.

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