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Found this under beech trees. Fairly large, white stem, no color changes while bruising, maroon-ish cap, tubes no gills. Spore print coming if not too old. I found this yesterday afternoon while picking oysters (tons of them due to dying ash trees).

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Agree with Jeff, species of Tylopilus. If not bitter (ie. mild tasting) then maybe T. indecisus http://www.mushroomexpert.com/tylopilus_indecisus.html  .  T. ferrugineus is similar, except it generally has a brown stipe. T. tabacinus is a similar mushroom with bitter taste; more common south of PA  https://boletes.wpamushroomclub.org/product/tylopilus-tabacinus/  . 

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