This is the first time I collect this particular species of Tylopilus, and the best match I could get was T. peralbidus — based on the photos and description in the big bolete book (distribution north of NC has not been cofirmed). Three mature specimens growing in shade on the side of a sandy road under mature oak and pines. The stipe is very smooth, devoid of reticulation, whitish bruising brown quickly. Taste is mild. Exposed context slowly staining pinkish-brown.
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This looks like a nice match with:
to me. It is nice to see you are back on MO! I am planning on NEMF this year…, Are you?
By the way, I am have got a white Bolete in a patch that is maturing – I will compare with this when available.
Created: 2011-08-20 09:50:49 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2011-08-20 13:43:26 PDT (-0700)
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