Observation 143813: Boletus L.

Notes:
All these boletus were found in close proximity to each other, mid-way between a Quercus palustris and another hardwood. While some are very dry, others are quite fresh. I believe they are the same species.

Images

Nearly bone dry.
Tubes brown on edge, becoming brick red toward stipe.
Stipe 3.5 inches in length. Red-brown striations on stipe near cap, but lower 1/2 of stipe dusky white to off-white with grass still adherring to it.
A fresher specimen not completely dried out.
Cap context showing some red tones.
Freshest cap was reddish-brown, gills light yellow, stipe with only basal whitish area, and cap context granular white.
Freshest cap was reddish-brown, gills light yellow, stipe with only basal whitish area, and cap context granular white.
Freshest cap was reddish-brown, gills light yellow, stipe with only basal whitish area, and cap context granular white.
Freshest cap was reddish-brown, gills light yellow, stipe with only basal whitish area, and cap context granular white.

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