Boletus miniato-olivaceus A.H. Smith & Theirs 1971 (4 Photos & Description)

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Boletus miniato-olivaceus

This beautiful bolete has a rose-red dry cap that ages to a mottled pinksih-tan with olivaceous splotches. The bright yellow pores take on a reddish coloration with age, but turn olive with age. They also stain blue with handling or cutting, but these stains eventually change to brown. The stipe has a yellow background over which are red to red-brown markings appearing as streaks and dots. The apex and the base of the stipe are bright yellow. Mycorrhizal with beech and hemlock. Not edible and possibly somewhat toxic.

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Boletus miniato-olivaceus

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Boletus miniato-olivaceus