BOLETE STUDY 2018

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania' started by trahn008, Aug 19, 2018.

  1. MycoMania

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    20180906_135954_HDR.jpg 20180906_142655_HDR.jpg 20180906_162927_HDR.jpg Not bitter, no staining. Any ideas? Guessing variants of edulis.
     
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  2. jg010682

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    20180906_181524.jpg 20180906_181518.jpg 20180906_180217.jpg found a bunch of these boulets not sure what they were none blues and I took a pitch out of the one on the bottom and chewed it and spit it out it didn't taste bitter
     

  3. jg010682

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    Top one I think porchinie but not sure and the rest I haven't a clue
     
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  4. trahn008

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    Myco, edulis variants is well stated. I think you have kings and queens (red). Happy Hunting!
     
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  5. trahn008

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    jg, they look like king boletes (edulis) to me. Happy Hunting!
     
  6. Ron Day

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    There are two different types red top yellow pored, one is a choice edible the other makes some people ill. The difference (from memory) was that one turned blue much faster than the other esp, in the stem.
     
  7. Ron Day

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    Looks like slippery Jack, not a bolete, but a suillus. One of my favorite (to dry and eat in soups and gravy) is the Red Suillus. Found under white pine in abundance the end of aug. Sept. No way to mis-identify, lots of picts on google.
     
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