On grassy bank through mainly oak wood. Soil clay.
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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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I find these ones rather hard to identify I have noticed on some you can take a spore print,so may be worth a try,I would love to agree but I am not sure Oh were are all the fungi expert's I think we need more to help us with identification's or maybe the OU should do a course for us to learn more.
I puzzled over this for days as it does not seem to match with any in Phillips or searching on the net, I even created myself a bolete file with similarities and differences! I've succumbed to ordereding two new guides from Amazon which should arrive today.
I do think of you as one of iSpot's experts but as you say we need more experts (are they on holiday?) and an OU course!!
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There is a really good photo site called Fungi photo index by www.leifgoodwin.The pictures are amazing and has a section on Bolete species,worth a look also the Association of British fungus groups looks good too,plus they sell the chemicals.
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