Name in North American Boletes: Fuscoboletinus ochraceoroseus
- Genus 2: Fuscoboletinus
Common Name: “Rosy Larch Bolete”
Tells: Yellow, oft-short stem may have a ring, & is often netted above it. Yellow cap flesh smells acidic to unpleasant, & tastes acrid to bitter.
Other Information: Buff colored baby-cap soon becomes yellow (esp. at the edge), w/pink- to deep-red scales. Yellow-tan pores age to tan-brown. Stem often has reddish or brownish stains by the base. Likes Western Larch.
Science Notes: DNA testing eliminated the genus Fuscoboletinus and moved all its members to Suillus except for paluster, which has been placed (probably for just the moment) in Boletus.
Edibility: Avoid. Too bitter to eat.
- NH4OH (Ammonia): No data.
- KOH: No data.
- FeSO4 (Iron Salts): No data.