Pores and Pore Surface
Pale yellow becoming greenish yellow in age, staining blue when bruised; pores circular to angular, 1-2 per mm.
FLESH: pale beige with KOH, NaOH and NH4OH; gray with FeSO4; blackish purplish with phenol and no change with formalin. CAP-STIPE: towards orange beige with KOH; towards orange beige on the stipe and black on the cap with NaOH; to gray with FeSO4; discoloration with NH4OH; black with phenol; towards brown with formalin. TUBES: towards dark brown with KOH, NaOH and NH4OH; towards black with FeSO4, phenol and formalin.
Some authors classify it as good one, while others do not recommend it. Bay Bolete is also described at 6.28 which some pictures differ from this page.
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