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Side view photo of pallid bolete, a tan mushroom with fine pores under cap

Pallid Bolete

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.

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Two-Colored Bolete

Boletus bicolor
The two-colored bolete has a rose red cap that is sometimes yellowish toward the margin. The underside has tiny yellow pores, and the stalk is reddish yellow; all parts slowly bruise blue. Grows singly or in groups of up to several, on the ground under oaks.

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Photo of violet-gray bolete, purplish capped mushroom with pores beneath cap

Violet-Gray Bolete

Tylopilus plumbeoviolaceus
The violet-gray bolete has a large, violet-gray cap with cream-pink pores, and a violet stalk that is sometimes webbed. It grows scattered on the ground in mixed woods.

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Photo of violet-gray bolete, purplish capped mushroom with pores beneath cap

Violet-Gray Bolete

The violet-gray bolete has a large, violet-gray cap with cream-pink pores, and a violet stalk that is sometimes webbed. It grows scattered on the ground in mixed woods.

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