Cap @50-60mm, largest with some smaller ones. Unsure.
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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Just to confuse matters, I think I've a come across the name Yellow-cracking Bolete.
At the Uni. of Leic. Botanic Gdns in Oadby, B. chrysenteron appeared beneath the canopy margins of Atlas Cedars.
HI Brock, Thanks for that, it was under an Atlas cedar actually, sounds spot on, excellent.
I didn't notice at the time of typing that the pores have a hint of blue bruising; speed and depth of bluing may also help with id..
Would probably not be Red CB - but I cannot remove my offered identification.
its a good ID,appreciate all the help, Many Thanks.
I need to include all the details, like what trees are about,dimensions,etc even smell i suppose all to aid ID. new to fungi but realise its depth. Thanks
Just to confuse matters even more Red cracked bolete is now Xerocomus chrysenteron! Fungi scientific names are change frequently and with DNA work likely to do so even more.
I thought Boletes were not too difficult but 'the more I know the more I realise I don't know'!!
Using Geffory Kibby's 'British Boletes' but still having problems with 100pct id's.
The more I know the more I realise I don't know
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