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Utah Mushroom ID

Saw a guy totting out what look like these mushrooms, they came from the High Unitas at around 10,000 feet

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Re: Utah Mushroom ID

Looks like a type of Bolete to me. Would have to see the underside, but it it's a Bolete (some call it Porcini) it will have pores and not gills. MOST are edible and a "choice" mushroom, however make sure you have the correct type.

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Re: Utah Mushroom ID

I'm not sure what it is, but it doesn't look like a bolete to me.

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Re: Utah Mushroom ID

Underside of the shroom

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Looks like a horse/meadow mushroom...has a toxic look alike! Need the stem to ID>
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Re: Utah Mushroom ID

We find King Boletes here where I am in Montana at this time of the year, from 5000 to 8000 feet, or so (I haven't looked higher). They look similar to what you show, but I'm not the expert in identifying them (my neighbor, and best friend does the identifications). There are other Bolete species here also, some good and some not, but I can tell you the King Bolete is absolutely wonderful eating!
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Re: Utah Mushroom ID

That is a Bolete my friend...... or a slightly burnt bagel with a dollop of cream cheese in the middle.

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