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During my stay in the Smokies I found so many different look-a-likes of Xerocomellus that I am not sure about identity … but none of them were X. rubellus in the European sense which never has such a bright yellow pore surface.
Also the cap color seems to be too vividly bright red. Undoubtedly it is a close relative.
different from the one listed in the American guides? The guides I use indicate that B. campestris and X. rubellus (= B. rubellus) are nearly identical. Online, Kuo includes a “point system” for distinguishing one vs. the other, but there doesn’t seem to be enough information here to score a good ID guess.
something like fraternus or campestris?
This is clearly different from the European X.rubellus.