By Alexander H Smith, Harry D. Thiers
Includes information on nearly two hundred species and kinds of contributors of the fleshy pore fungi, Boletaceae
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Pileus 5-10 (15) cm broad, convex with an incurved margin, expanding to plane or slightly depressed; surface at first with appressed grayish fibrillose squamules and smaller reddish patches giving surface a spotted appearance, ground color bright yellow with a tendency to stain vinaceous-brown from handling, in age glabrous or nearly so, viscid when SUILLUS 47 fresh; margin when young with cottony material along it like the tufts of fibrils on the pileus. Context pale yellow, not staining blue when bruised, odor and taste mild.
Sect. Paragyrodon 1. Spores in face view elliptic, oblong or subfusoid. . . . . . . . . . 2 2. Pileus with a dry fibrillose to squamulose epicutis; or if not as above then the stipe both annulate and lacking distinct glandular dots or smears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sect. Boletinus 2. Pileus viscid to slimy, glabrous or with agglutinated appressed squamules; stipe if annulate having glandular dots near the apex (if stipe not annulate then glandular dots mayor may not be present) .
5 44 THE BOLETES OF MICHIGAN 5. Pileus glabrous or with a slight patchy appearance along margin; pores 2-3 per mm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. albidipes 5. Pileus spotted with brown patches of veil remnants; pores 1-2 mm broad at maturity (if tube mouths are smaller and pileus has red spots or streaks or grayish patches of appressed tomentum see S. subaureus and S. hirtellus). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. sibiricus 6. Stipe base conspicuously staining yellow when injured.
The Boletes of Michigan by Alexander H Smith, Harry D. Thiers