The Boleti of North Carolina
Comprehensive, definitive study of various Boletus, Boletinus, Strobilomyces mushrooms found in North Carolina, neighboring states. Most useful in other parts of country too. 66 plates, 6 in color.
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Key to the Species of Boletus
Descriptions of Species
The Genus Boletinus
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adnate base blackish Blowing Rock blue Boletaceae Boletinus bright yellow broad brownish bruised Bull cap and stem Champ Chapel Hill chrome yellow collections from Chapel collections from Highlands convex cuticle dark darker deciduous woods decurrent depressed at stem distinctly dotted dull evenly elliptic felleus ﬁbrous ﬁg ﬁgures ﬁrm ﬁrst ﬂecks Flesh ﬂesh solid glabrous greenish yellow Haywood County Icones Farlowianae ILLUSTRATIONS Jackson County July July 20 Macon County margin maturity mixed woods Murrill Mushrooms mycelium Mycologia N. Y. St nearly North Carolina ochraceous odor olivaceous olive brown paler Paperbound Peck Pink Bed Valley Pisgah Forest plants Plate Rabun Bald Rabun County rarely reddish brown Rept reticulated Ridg rosy rosy brown Sept slightly smooth species specimens Spores strongly stuffed subaureus subtomentose taste mild thick tomentose Transylvania County Tube ﬂesh Tube mouths Tube surface usually vinaceous viscid whitish yellowish young youth