Boletes

Discussion in 'New York' started by joebagodonuts, Aug 24, 2016.

  1. joebagodonuts

    joebagodonuts Morel Enthusiast

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    Had an awesome day in the woods! Found 6-7 different types of boletes and positively id'ed four of them. Need some help with the other 3-4 types....
     

  2. joebagodonuts

    joebagodonuts Morel Enthusiast

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    There!
    https://goo.gl/photos/atqeGenRh4my83KB6
     
  3. joebagodonuts

    joebagodonuts Morel Enthusiast

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    https://youtu.be/R0MkMJrmw7w
     
  4. lynkage

    lynkage Morel Connoisseur

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    Joe,it's hard to tell exactly without a closer look and I'd never want to give false info on shrooms.That said,I'd agree w/ the large group in front being Kings but a few in the basket on the right side could be bitters.They can be hard to ID when young but have a purplish tinge that can be so subtle that I have a friend who ends up with some in her basket every year and can't tell 'til she cooks and eats them.One small bitter bolete will ruin an entire meal once cooked with good ones.Again,I can't be sure without a closer look.This post is probably a few days too late to help but w/ no bluing or alarming colors(red,orange)under the caps,I don't see any trouble except maybe a nasty tasting meal.
     
  5. pedro

    pedro Morel Connoisseur

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    http://www.mushroomexpert.com/boletus_edulis.html