Content tagged with "bolete"

Ash Tree Bolete

Photo of two ash tree boletes, tan pored mushrooms, one overturned showing pores
The ash tree bolete is a pored mushroom with a brownish, wavy cap, an off-center stalk, and clearly defined pores. It grows scattered on the ground near ash trees. More

Ash Tree Bolete

Photo of two ash tree boletes, tan pored mushrooms, one overturned showing pores
Boletinellus merulioides
The ash tree bolete is a pored mushroom with a brownish, wavy cap, an off-center stalk, and clearly defined pores. It grows scattered on the ground near ash trees. More

Bitter Bolete

Tylopilus felleus
The bitter bolete has a large, tannish brown cap with pinkish white pores and a webbed, tannish brown stalk. It grows singly or scattered, on the ground in mixed woods. More

Bitter Bolete (Pores)

Photo of broken bitter bolete mushroom cap, being held to show pores
A broken bitter bolete cap, showing the long pinkish pore tubes. More

Frost's Bolete

Photo of two Frost's boletes, red mushrooms with pores, at different angles
Frost’s bolete has a blood red cap with red pores and a red, webbed stalk; all parts bruise blue. It grows scattered on the ground in oak woods. More

Frost's Bolete

Photo of three Frost's boletes, red mushrooms with pores, at different angles
Frost's boletes appear in June–October. The stalks are blood red with yellowish raised webbing. The flesh bruises blue. More

Frost’s Bolete

Photo of two Frost's boletes, red mushrooms with pores, at different angles
Boletus frostii
Frost’s bolete has a blood red cap with red pores and a red, webbed stalk; all parts bruise blue. It grows scattered on the ground in oak woods. More

Pallid Bolete

Photo of two pallid boletes, tan mushrooms, one upturned to show pores under cap
Boletus pallidus
The pallid bolete has a pale cream to buff cap and stalk and pale cream-yellow pores. It grows singly or in groups of up to several, on the ground in oak woods. More

Pallid Bolete

Photo of two pallid boletes, tan mushrooms, one upturned to show pores under cap
The pallid bolete has a pale cream to buff cap and stalk and pale cream-yellow pores. It grows singly or in groups of up to several, on the ground in oak woods. More

Pallid Bolete

Side view photo of pallid bolete, a tan mushroom with fine pores under cap
The cap of a pallid bolete is pale cream to buff, with a dull, dry, suedelike texture. The pores are small and circular, becoming angular. They sometimes weakly bruise blue, then brownish. More