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1 Unique criteria

1.1
 PARASITIC BOLETE
Xerocomus parasiticus, Boletus parasiticus
1.2
 CHROME-FOOTED BOLETE
Tylopilus chromapes, Leccinum chromapes, Harrya chromapes
1.3
 OLD MAN OF THE WOODS
Strobilomyces strobilaceus, Strobilomyces floccopus
1.4
 SNOW WHITE BOLETE, GHOST BOLETE
Leccinum holopus, var. americanum
1.5
 ASH-TREE BOLETE
Gyrodon merulioides, Boletinellus merulioides
1.6
 APPLE BOLETE
Boletus Frostii
1.7
 RUSSELL’S BOLETE
Boletellus russellii, Frostiella russellii
1.8
 PHYLLOPORUS LEUCOMYCELINUS
Phylloporus leucomycelinus

3 Stalk with a ring, veil or gaiter

3.1
 PAINTED SUILLUS
Suillus pictus, Boletinus pictus, Fuscoboletinus pictus
3.2
 SLIPPERY JACK
Suillus luteus
3.3
 LARCH SUILLUS, TAMARAK JACK
Suillus grevillei, Boletinus grevillei, Boletus elegans, Suillus clintonianus
3.4
 BOREAL BOLETE
Suillus glandulosus, Fuscoboletinus glandulosus
3.5
 BOG BOLETE
Suillus spectabilis. Fuscoboletinus spectabilis
3.6
 POWDERY SULFUR BOLETE
Pulveroboletus ravenelii
3.7
 ACIDULATED BOLETE
Suillus acidus var. intermedius
3.8
 ALUTACEUS BOLETE
Suillus subalutaceus
3.9
 SWAMP BOLETE, RED BOG BOLETE
Suillus paluster, Boletinus paluster, Fuscoboletinus paluster
3.10
 SLIPPERY JILL
Suillus salmonicolor, Suillus subluteus
3.11
 LATE BOLETE
Suillus serotinus, Fuscoboletinus serotinus
3.12
 VISCOUS BOLETE
Suillus viscidus, Fuscoboletinus laricinus, Fuscoboletinus viscidus

4 Usually glandular stalk, viscous cap

5a Wrinkled, pitted, bumpy or significantly cracked cap

5.1
 LECCINELLUM QUERCOPHYLUM
Leccinellum quercophilum
5.2
 LECCINUM LUTEUM
Leccinum luteum
5.4
 LECCINUM CARPINI
Leccinum carpini (=pseudoscabrum) (=griseum, en Europe)

5b Smooth cap, flesh does not change when cut

5c Smooth cap, flesh turns red, brown or blue when cut

5.10
 Snow White Bolete
Leccinum holopus var. americanum
5.12
 SNELL’S BOLETE
Leccinum snellii
5.13
 LECCINUM RIMULOSUM
Leccinum rimulosum
5.14
 LECCINUM MELANEUM
Leccinum melaneum, Leccinum scabrum var. melaneum
5.15
 LECCINUM INSOLENS var. (...)
Leccinum insilens var. bruneomaculatum
5.16
 LECCINUM FLAVOSTIPITATUM
Leccinum flavostipitatum
5.17
 LECCINUM DISCOLOR
Leccinum discolor

5d Smooth cap, whitish flesh turns grey-violet when cut

5.21
 ORANGE-CAPPED BOLETE
Leccinum aurantiacum
5.21b
 ORANGE-CAPPED B. - SPRUCE BOLETE
Leccinum aurantiacum -Leccinum piceinum
5.22
 SPRUCE BOLETE
Leccinum piceinum
5.23
 BLACK-STEMMED BOLETE
Leccinum atrostipitatum
5.25
 UNUSUAL BOLETE
Leccinum insolens
5.26
 LECCINUM GRISEONIGRUM
Leccinum griseonigrum

6a Partial colour change to blue

6.1
 TWO-COLORED BOLETE
Boletus bicolor, Baorangia bicolor, var. subreticulatus
6.1b
 TWO-COLORED BOLETE, Shawinigan
Boletus bico;or, Borangia bicolor
6.2
 BEAUTIFUL BOLETUS
Boletus specious var. brunneus, Butyriboletus brunneus
6.3
 WOOD BOLETE
Pulveroboletus lignicola
6.4
 FALSE KING BOLETE
Boletus huronensis
6.5
 RED-CRACKED BOLETE
Xerocomus chrysenteron, Xerocomellus chrysenteron
6.6
 BOLETELLUS CHRYSENTEROIDES
Boletellus chryserenteroides
6.7
 UNEDIBLE BOLETE
Boletus inedulis
6.8
 BOLETELLUS INTERMEDIUS
Boletellus intermedius
6.9
 VERSICOLOR BOLETE
Xerocomus rubellus, Hortiboletus rubellus, Boletus rubellus
6.10
 BOLETUS MINIATO-PALLESCENS
Boletus miniato-pallescens

6b Total, rapid colour change to blue

6.20
 FLAME BOLETE
Boletus flammans
6.21
 BOLETUS LURIDUS
Boletus luridus, Suilellus luridus
6.22
 OLDROSE BOLETE
Boletus roseopurpureus
6.23
 RED-STEMMED BITTER BOLETE
Caloboletus roseipes, Boletus roseipes
6.24
 BROWN PORED BOLETE
Boletus vermiculosus
6.25
 BOLETUS VERMICULOSOIDES
Boletus vermiculosoides
6.26
 RED-MOUTH BOLETE
Boletus subvelutipes
6.27
 BOLETUS SUBLURIDELLUS
Boletus subluridellus
6.28
 CURRY BOLETE
Boletus sensibilis
6.29
 BOLETUS SENSIBILIOR
Boletus sensibilior
6.30
 INKSTAIN BOLETE
Boletus pulverulentus
6.31
 BOLETUS MINIATO-OLIVACEUS
Boletus miniato-olivaceus
6.32
 SCARLETINA BOLETE
Neoboletus pseudosulphureus

6c Partial colour change to pink, red or brown

6.40
 BOLETUS TENAX
Xerocomus tenax, Boletus tenax
6.41
 TYLOPILUS INDECISUS
Tylopilus indecisus
6.42
 LILAC-BROWN BOLETE
Tylopilus eximius, Sutorius eximius
6.43
 PORPHYRELLUS PORPHYROSPORUS
Porphyrellus porphyrosporus, Tylopilus porphyrosporus
6.44
 BAY BOLETE
Xerocomus badius, Imleria badia, Boletus badius
6.45
 PORPHYRELLUS FUMOSIPES
Porphyrellus fumosipes, Tylopilus sordidus
6.46
 TYLOPILUS APPALACHIENSIS
Tylopilus appalachiensis
6.47
 BITTER PARCHMENT BOLETE
Tylopilus intermedius

7.1
 Cèpe d'Amérique (anglais)
Boletus edulis, Boletus chuppewaensis

7a White flesh, unchangable; stalk reticulate

7.1
 KING BOLETE
Boletus edulis, Boletus chippewaensis
7.3
 BOLETUS VARIIPES
Boletus variipes
7.4
 SEPARATED-TUBES BOLETUS
Boletus separans, Xantoconium separans
7.5
 ATKINGSON’S BOLETE
Boletus atkinsonii
7.6
 BITTER BOLETE
Tylopilus felleus
7.7
 BOLETUS TENAX
Xerocomus tenax, Boletus tenax

7b White flesh, unchangable; non-reticulate stalk

7.11
 PALLID BOLETE
Boletus pallidus
7.12
 SPOTTED BOLETE
Xantochonium affine
7.13
 REVELED-CAP BOLETE
Tylopilus badiceps
7.14
 GRACEFUL BOLETE
Austroboletus gracilis
7.15
 TYLOPILUS PSEUDOPALLIDUS
Tylopilus pseudopallidus
7.16
 RED-BROWNISH BOLETE
Tylopilus rubrobrunneus
7.17
 VIOLET-GREY BOLETE
Tylopilus plumbeoviolaceus

8 Yellow, reddish or browning flesh that does not change when cut

8.1
 PEPPERY BOLETE
Chalciporus piperatus
8.2
 CALCIPORUS PIPERATOIDES
Chalciporus piperatoides
8.3
 PURPLE-RED BOLETE
Chalciporus rubinellus
8.4
 GLABRESCENT BOLETE
Boletus subglabripes, Hemileccinum subglabripes
8.5
 YELLOW-CRACKED BOLETE
Boletus subtomentosus, Xerocomus subtomentosus
8.6
 BAY BOLETE
Xerocomus badius, Imleria badia, Boletus badius
8.7
 CLUSTERED BROWN BOLETE
Boletus innixus, Aureoboletus innixus
8.8
 HORTON’S BOLETE
Boletus hortonii
8.9
 XEROCOMUS ROXANAE
Xerocomus raxanae, Boletus roxanae, Aureoboletus roxanae
8.10
 ORNATE-STALKED BOLETE
Boletus ornatipes, Retiboletus ornatipes
8.11
 GRAY BOLETE
Boletus griseus, Retiboletus griseus
8.12
 BOLETUS ILLUDENS
Xerocomus illudens, Boletus illudens
8.13
 BUTTER-FOOT BOLETE
Boletus auripes, Boletus aureissimus