Ok, this was the only bolete i have found ,it is from the rain of last month, NO NEW ONES YET… near coastal pines
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thanks for the update..
one way to tell them apart from the European and Eastern US edulis is that the pore surface turns a ruddy brown with age. see Arora and Simonini’s porcini paper in the October issue of Economic Botany for more taxonomic details.
I used this nomenclature as it appears to be the community consensus. Last year, after posting multiple specimens from this location as Boletus edulis, the community changed it to var. grandedulis.
it is Variety Grand edulis?
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