Observation 63341: Boletus bicolor Peck

When: 2010-07-19

Collection location: Brook Run Park, Dekalb Co., Georgia, USA [Click for map]

Who: Milo (Mycophiliac)

No specimen available

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Could also be
By: Dan Molter (shroomydan)
2011-02-10 13:19:31 CST (+0800)

a diminutive fruit in the Boletus bicolor/sensibilis cluster.

I don’t remember exactly,
By: Milo (Mycophiliac)
2011-02-10 13:04:24 CST (+0800)

but all the blue-staining little red boletes with yellow pores had more or less the same structure, pores included. So I guess they are in the campestris/rubellus/fraternus group.

if it’s the same
By: Noah Siegel (Noah)
2011-02-10 12:58:40 CST (+0800)

then this is in the campestris/rubellus/fraternus group
But there is no way of knowing if they are the same without a pore shot of this one (or if you remember…)

Little red bolete
By: Dan Molter (shroomydan)
2011-02-10 12:58:08 CST (+0800)

So many different species can take this form. It’s a little red bolete with yellow pores, and I’m betting it bruises blue.

Pore shots
By: Milo (Mycophiliac)
2011-02-10 12:33:57 CST (+0800)

For pore pictures you can see this observation:


The two were growing within a two hundred yard radius, although at different times of the year.

would be nice
By: Noah Siegel (Noah)
2011-02-10 01:49:06 CST (+0800)

to see pores on this one. With the velvety cap and what appears to be a small stature I would consider something in the campestris/rubellus/fraternus group

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