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tylopilus rubrobrunneus?

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Found these just to the right of the other boletes I just posted about.  The cap is very hard, and brittle, and had a definite tendency to break off the  stem with almost no effort from me.   Even the pore surface seemed dried out!  They are very photogenic however...

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I agree, T. rubrobrunneus. When they get old and fade, confusion with T. violatinctus is almost inevitable. 

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