When: 2019-10-10

Collection location: Napeague State Park, Suffolk Co., New York, USA [Click for map]

Who: Jeff (gillyj)

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Found growing in sand dunes (2/10 mile from ocean) close to pines trees. Just the cap was visible; stem was completely buried in sand. No noticeable bruising.


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By: Jeff (gillyj)
2019-10-12 02:36:47 HST (-1000)

I found a few more and will upload them soon.

This is really cool!
By: I. G. Safonov (IGSafonov)
2019-10-10 15:20:56 HST (-1000)

Very few boletes grow in pure sand dunes. Other examples in North America include Alessioporus rubriflavus, the rare Aureoboletus abruptibulbus (FL panhandle only) and Leccinum arenicola (maritime Canada south to Cape Cod).

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