Hortiboletus campestris 

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Hortiboletus campestris (Boletus campestris)

Cracking similar to Xerocomellus chrysenteron (Boletus chysenteron). Rather than red showing between the cracks, with Hortiboletus campestris, yellow is the background color. This bolete has a small, rose-red cap with yellow margin and pale yellowish pores that stain blue-green. Flesh color is yelllow. The stem is yellowish at the apex and about the same color as the cap below. At the bottom of the ‘Field Bolete’ stipe can be found yellow  basal mycelial threads. Horteboletus campestris can be found in deciduous open woods & lawns. It is in the Boletacea family of the Boletales order.

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Hortiboletus campestris (Boletus campestris)