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was a mistake in choosing the “click”
i knew what it was because I found it next to Phaeolus schweinitzii
decurrent pores, maybe a gelatinous cuticle, too?
why is this Buchwaldoboletus lignicola with an As If! designation, Eva?
This is merely the new and currently accepted name for Boletus lignicola, which you have already agreed that this sighting resembles…seems to me, that odd as their life-style is in the bolete world, wood rotting boletes deserve their own genus!
“where’s waldo tree bolete” I shall call it. I found this once in 20 years
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48820 have nothing same
Created: 2010-07-20 16:08:35 CDT (-0400)
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