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More interesting facts on Bolete
- the red bolete mushroom Boletus rubellus (pictured), regarded as edible by some, tastes of soap?
- the bolete eater which attacks boletes is actually another type of fungus?
- the mushrooms Boletus zelleri, B. mirabilis, Suillus americanus, S. brevipes, S. lakei, and Leccinum manzanitae are all examples of edible boletes?
- the pored mushroom Gyrodon lividus (pictured) has been found associated with alder trees in such diverse places as California, Latvia, and Japan?
- Spongiforma, a sponge-like bolete newly described in 2009, smells like coal tar?
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