When: 2011-10-20

Collection location: Netarts, Tillamook Co., Oregon, USA [Click for map]

Who: Josh (tillamook)

No specimen available

Found bellow conifer trees at around 200 feet above sea level, Mostly growing out of moss or conifer needles, No staining or bruising.


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By: walt sturgeon (Mycowalt)
2011-10-28 11:56:34 AST (-0400)

The Boletus edulis complex have white pores which become yellow to brownish in age. In E. North America we have B. subcaerulescens which has a ruddy tan stipe. I am not familiar with var. grandedulis of the west except for the several obs. on this site. Most do not show the ruddy stipe. Here is Kuo’s perspective. http://www.mushroomexpert.com/...

By: Britney Ramsey (Riverdweller)
2011-10-28 11:47:51 AST (-0400)

B. edulis in the states has a white tiny pore surface, white reticulation on a brown background at apex, ‘possibly’ no color change of blue when damaged….n

This observation shows yellow pores, and is quite rosy at the apex.

I’m new to boletes, could someone clear this up?