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Xerocomus hortonii (“Corrugated Bolete”)
Heavily corrugated red/brown/tan cap. Nice, dense texture. Yellow pores may blue slowly & erratically, & darken w/age.Read more
Yellow pores DNS or bruise blue-greenish & can be huge, esp. by the stem. Oft-velvety, brownish (tawny-, red-, pale yellow-, to orange-) cap may crack w/age.Read more
Broad, coarse reticulation goes only partway down the yellow stem. Likes oak. Lemon yellow pores DNS. Stem usually tapers to a hard, woody nugget.Read more
Larger, reddish brown cap gets dark brown & scaly w/age, then cracks, fissures, & fades to tawny. Yellow cap flesh may stain weak green & often smells “soapy”.Read more
Xerocomus sclerotiorum (“Whitey’s Bolete”)
Some-shade-of-red cap. Yellow stem typically has bright red near the base, with dots/smears but not netting. Slightly acidic flavor. Yellow cap flesh quickly stains blue.