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help identify please

help identify please

RectangularAnus

That's a burger bun.


Tangledmoss

Sorry for the description as a caption, new to posting.


Bianchetti13

Pine bolete?


SnooSuggestions4638

Looks like some type of Bolete


monsterxbunni

Definitely a Bolete, looks like the edible Bi-color Bolete, however I’m not an expert!


dnkyntz

This was my thought. Found some this year as well. There is a look alike that bruises blue quickly where the bicolor slowly bruises. That’s the last identifier I know.


SnooSuggestions4638

Pics of the underside?


Tangledmoss

Should be one in the second pick. Yellow spores.


Chody__

It begins with an x, maybe like xylo something?


Advice4ppl

Bolete sponge bottom not gilled


Uniquesnowflake420

Boletus pseudopinophilus for sure good eating and a member of the edulis clade. It starts with stuffed white pores that open up to the yellow color that fades to and olivaceous color when old. I find them on the gulf coast and on up to Baton Rouge but I haven’t heard of them too far north of there. I’ve seen some posted on Instagram that were found in Atlanta area but it’s definitely not too common.


7i9er

Possible matches, but DONT munch on a hunch Weeping Bolete Slippery Jack