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Observation 287373: Boletales E.-J. Gilbert

When: 2017-08-20

Collection location: Camden Co., Missouri, USA [Click for map]

Who: CalmWeather

No specimen available

Cap up to 4 inches mature, kind of slimy, staining fingers immediately after handling, doesn’t bruise blue even after extended period of time, spore print is darkish yellow after couple hours, doesn’t have a strong odor but it’s not very pleasant as for example a pallid bolete has, oak and hickory.


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Not easy to ID
By: CalmWeather
2017-08-20 23:10:27 CDT (-0500)

IGSafonov thanks, I guess I see what’s going on here. Appreciate the comment.

Post-mature boletes
By: I. G. Safonov (IGSafonov)
2017-08-20 22:46:19 CDT (-0500)

are not easy to ID. I think I see some bluing of the pores. I am venturing a guess here, but it could be a Xerocomellus. As to the species, who knows! ‘Xerocomoid’ boletes of NA need a lot of DNA-guided work.

By: CalmWeather
2017-08-20 22:32:19 CDT (-0500)

Would really like to know the spiecies of this bolete. Anyone any ideas? Thanks