When: 2007-10-02

Collection location: Diamond and Crater Lake, Oregon, USA [Click for map]

Who: Ron Pastorino (Ronpast)

No specimen available

Managed to obtain a few small angular spores to confirm this id (Mushrooms Demystified). The largest specimen (~17.0cm broad) had an impressive array of small, very white pores.

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Recognized by sight: Much too pale cap to be B. leucomelaena. It looks exactly like our Boletopsis grisea, that is found mainly in older pine forests, often with species like Tricholoma focale & matsutake, Sarcodon squamosus & scabrosus, and some large, yellow Ramaria species. You seem to have some of those in that area – that is why I beleive this actually is B. grisea and not something else..

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