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Boletus

Observed: 16th September 2010 By: landgirl maggielandgirl maggie’s reputation in Fungi and Lichenslandgirl maggie’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Boletus
Description:

Could this be a young Slippery Jack ?

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Amadan's picture

Seems likely -

Habitat is usually with pines and other conifers. Not sure, but it would be my bet, especially as it is an autumnal species.

flaxton's picture

This looks far more like S

This looks far more like S grevillei to me but that grows with larch and I see pine needles in the photo. Were there any larch close by?

markeeboy's picture

pretty sure this is s.

pretty sure this is s. grevillei

landgirl maggie's picture

habitat

As this picture was taken 3 years ago, I can't remember a great deal about the location, though it was largely coniferous I think.