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Boletus

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Boletus is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Boletus books and related discussion.

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Boletus edulis Bull. ex Fr. King bolete Boletaceae
Boletus edulis Bull. ex Fr. King bolete.
A phylogenetic study of Boletus section Boletus in Europe
Abstract A phylogenetic study of the species in Boletus sect. Boletus Four well- supported lineages, one comprising Boletus edulis s.l.
Boletus edulis - eating mushroom - Crop and Food Research
Boletus edulis - eating mushroom - Crop and Food Research. Boletus edulis - eating mushroom. Ian Hall HallI@crop.
Boletus aem¡l¡¡ Barbier, B. permagnilicus Póder and Xerocomus
Lazaroa, 10: 253-258 (¡987-88). Boletus aem¡l¡¡ Barbier, B. permagnilicus Póder and Xerocomus truncatus Singer, Snell & D¡ck, in Spain.
Molecular phylogenetics of porcini mushrooms (Boletus section

Suggested News Resources

15th annual mushroom festival set for Aug. 20-21 in BV area
The 15th annual King Boletus Mushroom Festival comes to town Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 20-21, and the two-day seminar includes both classroom and field sessions.
If you go down to the woods today
Nicholas Evans: 'I wanted to die. It was so grim'
He'd been told just the place to find ceps and chanterelles and came back with a basketful of what he thought were Boletus edulis, or ceps. He was greeted like a returning hero. “Fantastic!
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In an interview, a member of the Usuthu Royal Trust Patrick Lukhele explained that the forest environment was an ideal habitat for the edible boletus edulis mushroom.
Outdoors: Mushrooms can be a treat for pickers with a keen eye
There is no mistaking hen-of-the-woods, chicken-of-the-woods, morels, chanterelles, Boletus edulis, shaggy mane, purple-spored puffball and Suillus pictus.

Suggested Web Resources

Boletus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Boletus is a genus of mushroom, comprising over 100 species.
Boletus edulis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Genus Boletus (MushroomExpert.Com)
The mushrooms in Boletus, as the genus is traditionally defined, are boletes that do not typically have scabers or glandular dots on their stems.
Boletus edulis (MushroomExpert.Com)
California Fungi: Boletus edulis
Photograph, description, habitat and edibility of this species.

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