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Boletes, greengills and an unknown
    #8813440 - 08/23/08 12:18 AM (10 years, 1 month ago)

Boletes














bluing in the stems, not very much in the caps. I think these are edible. Gonna make sure and check my mushroom book, then eat them up. WOOT!

Chlorophyllum molybdites.








and finally, my ID request

It's large, kinda cream colored, has a cracked cap, cream gills long stem with powdery residue, kinda orangy-tan-beige colored stuff that comes off on your hands, also on the cap and veil remnants around the edge of the cap. Currenlty spore printing, probably cream colored or pink, based on gill coloration. Found in grass in median, no trees around. Stem is long and firm. Meaty. Leaked water from stem when I cut the cap off.





























help is appreciated, as always.


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: PinheadX]
    #8813510 - 08/23/08 12:37 AM (10 years, 1 month ago)

I really hope the boletes are edible :laugh:


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: implee]
    #8813516 - 08/23/08 12:39 AM (10 years, 1 month ago)

i think they are. I think they're the same as those last edible boletes I found and accidently let go bad. That won't happen this time... :smile:

you can come over and eat with me!


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: PinheadX]
    #8813537 - 08/23/08 12:43 AM (10 years, 1 month ago)

you should eat them first then tell me if they are good the next day, ill bring the jew ear :laugh:


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: implee]
    #8814230 - 08/23/08 04:13 AM (10 years, 1 month ago)

Could be b. bicolor, no? Just guessing based on general appearance and statistical probability :wink:

The last one looks like some kind of lepiota (but none of the species I'm familiar with), but you probably guessed that yourself.


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: koraks]
    #8814480 - 08/23/08 08:34 AM (10 years, 1 month ago)

I think they're B. rubinocitrinus. Could be bicolor though. I gotta find my book around here somewhere... I need a bookshelf.


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: PinheadX]
    #8814491 - 08/23/08 08:41 AM (10 years, 1 month ago)

Boletus rubinocitrinus  You sure about that?  What not Boletus bicolor ?

I'll wait for the print on the other.  Nice photos for ID on that one.  :thumbup:


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: Mr. Mushrooms]
    #8814546 - 08/23/08 09:18 AM (10 years, 1 month ago)

shit. I meant Boletus rubricitrinus. (mah brainz not wrkin')


but now, looking in my book, I'm not 100% sure about that ID. The caps don't really blue at all, but the stems do. B. rubricitrinus blues darkly. I'll have to do a bit more checking on that. (ie: cutting them in half, and using ammonia to check for a reaction) Still, it's the best match I've found so far, and I've found them in the past. The ruby patches at the base are what I've seen before, which is why I made the initial assumption.

I also don't think they're bicolor. Bicolor are reddish all the way up to just below the cap. These have the ruby red patches at the base, and are fatter at the base. Also, the pore surface is depressed at the stem, which is indicative of B. rubricitrinus.


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: PinheadX]
    #8815358 - 08/23/08 01:39 PM (10 years, 1 month ago)

I'd say you got a handle on it.  I just naturally run to the more common mushroom.


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: Mr. Mushrooms]
    #8816128 - 08/23/08 04:54 PM (10 years, 1 month ago)

it's cool... i appreciate the help. boletes can be tricky.

found another this morning i'm gonna post in a while. It's brown with white flesh. I'm excited.


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Re: Boletes, greengills and an unknown [Re: PinheadX]
    #8816147 - 08/23/08 04:57 PM (10 years, 1 month ago)

Brown + white flesh sounds really good :wink: Looking forward to the pics!


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