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When: 2020-08-25

Collection location: Woods Place and Method Rd., Raleigh, North Carolina, USA [Click for map]

Who: Geoff Balme (geoff balme)

No specimen available

Notes:
Always moldy!

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Yup!
By: Geoff Balme (geoff balme)
2020-08-31 19:45:06 CDT (-0500)

I didn’t have a field shot for that one! So it ended up being a low light lamp shot.
I’ll let you off the hook on that one! :)

Thanks for persevering with me!

Makes sense
By: I. G. Safonov (IGSafonov)
2020-08-28 18:15:04 CDT (-0500)

Yeah, Geoff, I recall trying to figure that one out while forgetting that your pix taken at home distort the colors quite a bit. Hence, my Xerocomus proposal was way off the mark (oops!). I am going to blame you for my blooper, of course. :)))

same as obs 380505
By: Geoff Balme (geoff balme)
2020-08-27 07:55:34 CDT (-0500)

same as obs 380505

Take a look at…
By: I. G. Safonov (IGSafonov)
2020-08-25 20:13:41 CDT (-0500)

…at the cap flesh — a mix of red, blue on white. Hence the name.
I don’t know if they are edible… Probably, but who cares, right?
I am no longer pursuing this species for DNA — it sits in the subfamily Boletoideae, in its own (new) genus based on TEF-1 (see obs 338178). It’s a neat species.

Aw yeah
By: Geoff Balme (geoff balme)
2020-08-25 19:34:54 CDT (-0500)

I think we did this before. I’m realizing they don’t have brilliant yellow pores.
I just tasted them, slight lemon but pretty good!