Please enter one of your images which shows a fungi of the Boletes species.
Boletes are fleshy, stalked mushrooms that usually grow on the ground in woods. Instead of gills, they have a tick spongelike tube layer, which, except in a few species, is readily detachable from the cap flesh. The pores or cube mouths are mostly yellowish to greenish-brown. In many Boletes, the flesh, tubes, or pores bruise blue-green blackish, or reddish on handling or when cut. This is often an important aid to identification.
Vote for the image and Bolete that you think is of the best quality and by the rules and guidelines of this challenge.
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A big thank you to Alaskaman53 for adding this beautiful Bolete species into the group.
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