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Offlinebillbraski
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yellow fleshed boletes found
    #1979907 - 10/04/03 11:02 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

here's what you would call a good beginner mushroom to find in the wild and an easy one to ID, I found these growing on my in-laws lawn today. this is considered to be a good edible among some ppl. personally i have not tried it.








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Re: yellow fleshed boletes found [Re: billbraski]
    #1979991 - 10/04/03 11:50 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

yea, it certainly is a Xerocumus. the Xerocomus chrysenteron of the U.S. look much different from those of Europe, so i am not familiar with it, but the cracked cap and the stem colors make me agree with your choice.

i also though X. rubellus (Boletus rubellus) because ive been finding them EVERYWHERE here in florida, but i think you got it right.

in poland they are considered fairly mediocre because of their mediocrity, the availibilty of much better species, and because of they are so commonly maggot ridden.

here is a blurry european picture:


when they get older, however, they get cracked caps like your species. yet it is very common for them to be like that when they are young.

good luck my man.


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Re: yellow fleshed boletes found [Re: MagmaManiac]
    #1980061 - 10/05/03 12:18 AM (13 years, 4 months ago)

yeah- I can almost NEVER find a bolete that isn't infested. Tthis year it's better because the dry weather seems to help prevent this (it also though prevents shrooms from growing). Good observation billbraski- boletes are certainly good beginner mushrooms to id. They are so easy to spot and ID and are EVERYWHERE in all weather. Any plans to eat it?


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Re: yellow fleshed boletes found [Re: buddhathehut]
    #1980081 - 10/05/03 12:26 AM (13 years, 4 months ago)

actually, in my experience, if it is dry when the mushroom is growing, it tends to be more maggot-infested. when it rains more they tend to be less infested. do you know what i mean?
when people in poland go out mushroom hunting and find a bunch of maggot infested mushrooms, they often say it is because it is dry, and it is dry.

poland poland poland.


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Re: yellow fleshed boletes found [Re: MagmaManiac]
    #1980141 - 10/05/03 12:50 AM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Thanks for the replies.
I'm not going to eat it fresh because there were tiny bugs crawling out of the pores. But i think i will pick the younger ones of the patch and dry them. The taste is supposed to improve after drying these.


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Re: yellow fleshed boletes found [Re: billbraski]
    #1980152 - 10/05/03 12:56 AM (13 years, 4 months ago)

i encountered many of these tiny flea-like jumping bugs in poland. try to cut the stem off where it adjoins to the stem. then tap the top of the cap with you hand holding it closely over a white sheet of paper. do a bunch of the little bugs come out?

from whay i experienced these are harmless and just destroy the gills sometimes, but not most of the time. a lot of times tapping will remove them and then drying them in 120 F oven.


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