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that are radially aligned, oriented from the stipe (at center of underside) to beneath the cap margin. “Pores” are tiny holes (circular or irregularly shaped).
Well, I was going to send a pic. I guess you call them gills
a bolete. Does the underside of the cap have gills or pores (pores form a sponge-like surface)? Maybe a species of Tylopilus? The texture/ornamentation seen of the stipe does not look normal. Has there been a spell of hot/dry weather where this was found?
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