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These resemble the Spring King Boletes that I found last year.  If that's what they are, the tops of the stems should be reticulated; it's not clear in the photos above if that's the case here.  However, the lower parts of the stalks may show scabers instead of the pattern on the kings, in which case they could be Leccinum discolor.  The photos below show my specimens.

 

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Yeah, that'd be my guess, Leccinum. Although... are there species of Hemileccinum that occur in BC? I googled "Hemileccinum British Columbia" and got nothing.

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Such great information, thank you!!

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On ‎7‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 9:35 AM, Dave W said:

Yeah, that'd be my guess, Leccinum. Although... are there species of Hemileccinum that occur in BC? I googled "Hemileccinum British Columbia" and got nothing.

We have them in Northern Canada east of the Rockies, and some are occasionally posted from the foothills of the Rockies on the Alberta Myco Society website.

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