Observation 25296: Boletus L.

When: 2009-09-14

Collection location: Cranberry Wilderness, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia, USA [Click for map]

Who: Eddee (eddeeee)

No specimen available

Found growing in an area of Beech Hickory and Oak. This one was coming out of a mound of dirt create by a tree after falling down. The dead tree very old. Stains quickly blue. spore print olive borwn

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Recognized by sight: found growing in a mound from where atre had fallen

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Boletus chrysenteron/chrysenteroides cluster.
By: Bill (boletebill)
2009-09-15 21:34:41 CST (+0800)

This one looks to be one of the group that includes Boletellus chrysenteroides or Boletus (Xerocomus) chrysenteron/truncatus. The three different species have uniquely different spores so a look at spores could narrow it down.

Bill Yule

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