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I was pining for the bolete season, and thinking back to how many great mushrooms that I collected this past summer (many of which have been dried and are sitting in my freezer). I realized that I never properly identified my best find! What is this?
Habitat: Central NJ USA under oaks Pores: Yellow Stem: 2-8cm long, 1-3cm thick, yellow Cap: 5-15cm wide, concave Spore print color: ? Bruising: NONE
-------------------- The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms said, "...the rule of thumb is to avoid any bolete with orange to red pores, especially any that bruises blue."
Lincoff, (1989). The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms (pp. 562). New York: Knopf.