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Notes:
Annotation(s): Noah Siegel 2020-06-06: Without spores on these it is tough. Probably X. diffractus, but maybe X. mendocinensis (westrn X. truncatus).

Other: Original Herbarium Label: Xerocomellus truncatus (Singer, Snell & E.A. Dick) Klofac
Syn.: Boletus truncatus (Singer, Snell & E.A. Dick) Pouzar
Spores: 9-15 x (4.5-)5-5.5 µm
Ref.: Bessette, A. E., Roody, W. C., & Bessette, A. R. 2000. North American Boletes: a color guide to the fleshy pored mushrooms. Syracuse University Press.
Herbarium Specimen: UBC F26128

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Bessette, A. E., Roody, W. C., & Bessette, A. R. 2000. used for ID
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2013-10-16 00:27:16 PDT (-0700)

Ref.: Bessette, A. E., Roody, W. C., & Bessette, A. R. 2000. North American Boletes: a color guide to the fleshy pored mushrooms. Syracuse University Press.
Spores: 9-15 x (4.5-)5-5.5 µm

Any microscopy?
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2013-10-15 10:06:30 PDT (-0700)

This doesn’t look like what we call X. truncatus in Santa Cruz, and even that is probably not the ‘true’ X. truncatus, which was described from North Carolina… (if I remember correctly)