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Bolete identity confirmation
    #25571865 - 10/27/18 05:21 PM (2 years, 3 months ago)

Hello all! So I found a bunch of boletes today, many I'm aware are kings. It's the 2 on the right I wanted to ask about.

Their stem looks slightly different (more narrow and windy), their cap seems more tall and like, turtle shell-ish, also a lighter tone. And the sponge layer underneath is more pronounced than the obvious Kings, slightly more yellow as well.



Anyone see what I mean and able to help?


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Re: Bolete identity confirmation [Re: MrAnswerSeeker]
    #25571868 - 10/27/18 05:23 PM (2 years, 3 months ago)

Also, I think 3rd from the left is the same type as the 2 on the end.


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Re: Bolete identity confirmation [Re: MrAnswerSeeker]
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Re: Bolete identity confirmation [Re: MrAnswerSeeker]
    #25572213 - 10/27/18 07:49 PM (2 years, 3 months ago)

Still looks like Boletus edulis to me.  The first one I found was longer and curvier.  The yellowish gills are just from age.  You might find the texture slimier than the cream/white gills but I still save them to dry and grind into powder.

I'd be more certain if I saw a good in-focus closeup of the top of the stem where it meets the cap.  Kings have a characteristic pronounced reticulation (like netting/webbing).


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