Notes: Angular-pored bolete under mixed mostly hardwood trees. Kidney-shaped cap, pores running down stipe, distinctly veined appearance to the pore wall surface. Hand-sized. In Zone 54.
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is a synonymous genus, and I was not referring to Phylloporus. Perhaps I was thinking of Meiorganum curtisii, but that is a totally different beast…
Isn’t there a similar-looking mushroom from another genus with boletinoid hymenophore? I cannot recall the name.
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