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Boletus huronensis (“False King Bolete”)
Exceptionally dense. Found in hemlock. Pale yellow pores slowly bruise green-blue, resolving toward brown. Often has a “tide mark” on the stem. Netting is rare. Often tastes sweet.Read more
Rosy pink-red cap tans w/age, often w/olive patches. Yellow pores stain blue-that-browns, add red w/age & end dingy olive. Stem tapers down to yellow mycelium.Read more
Dark wine-red cap cracks w/age. Red pores dull w/age & quickly blue. Red-netted, cap-colored stem (often yellow by pores) bruises blue.Read more
Yellow or pale yellow stem flesh stains blue on top & reddish-brown by the base. Cap flesh slowly blues, but only by stem. Orange-red or red pores age duller & stain greenish blue. Red cap flat or convex when young, & dulls w/age.