Observation 61656: Tylopilus rubrobrunneus Mazzer & A.H. Sm.
When: 2010-08-01
No herbarium specimen
0 Sequences

found in large numbers among a wide variety of other Boletes,flesh was very bitter to taste

Proposed Names

-30% (2)
Recognized by sight: Large brown cap,pinkish tubes,bruised brown
Used references: Rogers,Audubon
Based on microscopic features: spores burgundy
73% (3)
Eye3 Eyes3
Recognized by sight: need to see underside… but base on what I can see; it has a purple-brown cap, large size and is growing with oaks.

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus


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Added Pics
By: Charles Seltenright Sr (Shroomin Yooper)
2011-01-04 15:18:52 PST (-0800)

The pics are of poor quality but support Noahs ID in my opinion.

From My Notes and Pics
By: Charles Seltenright Sr (Shroomin Yooper)
2011-01-03 17:48:40 PST (-0800)

This Bolete has a swelled stem,Pores bruise reddish brown and it has a pinkish spore print.And it was also found in a mature Oak woods.

More Pics
By: Charles Seltenright Sr (Shroomin Yooper)
2011-01-03 17:39:20 PST (-0800)

I have more pics of this Bolete but they are out of focus.They show the Coloration Amanita was referring to.Until I looked further I didnt think to look for a sub-species.To me a Bitter Bolete was a Bitter Bolete.But since joining this site I am amazed at how many there really are in the N.American Fungi Kingdom.Thanks Again for opening my eyes.

Further research
By: Charles Seltenright Sr (Shroomin Yooper)
2011-01-03 16:07:53 PST (-0800)

On doing a little more digging and buying another guide I would agree to Noahs ID.

Created: 2011-01-01 13:39:49 PST (-0800)
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