Fungi of Saskatchewan
Mushrooms with pores, fleshy and not perennial – family Boletaceae.
Superficial resemblance to gilled mushrooms, but with spore-bearing
surface (hymenium) arranged on fine or coarse pores, sometimes in loose radial
rows (boletoid arrangement).
|54a (1B)||Cap and stalk conspicuously covered with coarse, dry black/brown scales; spores umber brown to blackish brown. Pores angular. Wooly ring(s) on the stalk. Flesh bruising reddish, then black - Strobilomyces|
|A580-1; Ar543; Ba159; L240; M242; Mc112-3; P244|
|54b (1B)||If cap and stem have scales, then spores not brown/black||55|