Observation 80294: Boletus edulis var. grandedulis Arora & Simonini

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I was happy enough to find this and be 75% sure of B. edulis, then I post here and there are what,20 variations? Christ!

Overall stature, white reticulation at apex, no coloring when sectioned, greasy buttery wrinkled cuticle, coastal pine.

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another interesting B. edulis paper
By: BlueCanoe
2011-10-23 10:15:16 PDT (-0700)
Thanks Blue!
By: Britney Ramsey (Riverdweller)
2011-10-23 07:58:27 PDT (-0700)

^^

var. grandedulis
By: BlueCanoe
2011-10-22 21:53:19 PDT (-0700)

It is my understanding, based on Arora’s 2008 paper linked to above, that the native summer/fall king bolete on the west coast has been defined as B. edulis var. grandedulis, to distinguish it from the European B. edulis. Other edulis-group fungi in the PNW would include the spring king B. rex-veris (also defined in Arora’s paper), B. barrowsii, non-native boletes on introduced ornamental trees, etc.

BlueCanoe..
By: Britney Ramsey (Riverdweller)
2011-10-22 19:02:43 PDT (-0700)

What features in my observation lead you to var. grandedulis? Do you have a key or a link to share?

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