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Michaelrhizal

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About Michaelrhizal

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    Boone, North Carolina
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    Hiking, foraging, backpacking, kayaking, bouldering, pretty much any activity outside

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  1. Found these out hiking yesterday. So tasty!
  2. I tasted it and it didn't have a bitter taste. I will take a look at B. Nobilis and B. Variipes. Thanks Dave.
  3. You all are right, the inside of the stem definitely isn't pithy. So that would rule out Gyroporus Castaneus. I tasted it and it was not bitter at all. The photos were taken outside so the color is pretty true to the way they appear. The pore surface does actually have a yellow tint. What would a bitter flavor or a lack there of suggest? Thanks for your time.
  4. Found this in Western NC today in a hardwood forest. The cap is light brown and only about an inch wide. The stem is very bulbous. Very small white pores. No signs of bruising. Any help is appreciated.
  5. Looks like Clintonia. Not positive though.
  6. Found this in Western NC today in a hardwood forest. The cap is light brown and about 3.5 inches wide. The pores are very small and white. They show very little signs of staining (just a faint yellow). The stem is tan and about 4.5 long. It appears to be a Chestnut Bolete? Any help is appreciated.
  7. Thanks Dave W. Your knowledge is much appreciated.
  8. It does look very similar to one you found. Thanks for the help shroomersue.
  9. Found a couple of these boletes today out hiking in the mountains of Western NC. They have a light brown cap that is fissured. The pores are yellow and non staining. I don't see any noticeable scabers on the stem. I'm still waiting on a spore print. Best I can guess it is Boletus hortonii. Any help is appreciated.
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