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Bruce

Help ID this Bolete

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Here's a photo of a recent find.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1oH_73sgbdh0m3GrmTxK26q-TTHsPBrrl

It was growing in oak forest duff. The caps are 2" across or less.

In the field, I thought it was Boletus auripes (Butter-Foot Bolete). Upon getting it home, though, I see that the stem reticulation -- if present -- is VERY subtle. The flesh does not bruise blue. A drop of ammonia on top of the cap caused no discernible reaction. A spore print is still in progress.

Thoughts?

Bruce

 

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