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Nancy S wrote:
Well, these guys were growing under a scrappy oak tree, near some pine trees.
They must be boletes - they have that bolete underside.
They are quite yellow on the bottom, and are yellow, bruising blue when cut. The top is a pretty rusty orange brown. They grew kind of crooked - can you see the stem of the one I took a picture of when it was still in the ground? The stem sticks out sideways from the top of the mushroom.
Geo wrote:The look like what we call "reds" ( duh!) here in KC. Typically associated with Eastern white pines. Tasty enough, but slimy, ugh.
Nancy S wrote:I'm pretty frustrated with my mushroom books for this one. The Audubon Society Field Guide to Mushrooms just doesn't have a picture that seems to match.