| Xerocomus morrisii
|Found early July growing from sandy soil with oak, beech and pine
trees present. The reddish scales on the stalk and pore coloration
are helpful identifying characteristics of Xerocomus morrisii.
Boletus morrisii is a synonym.
|See North American boletes: a color guide
to the fleshy pored mushrooms, 2000, Alan
E. Bessette, William C. Roody, Arleen R.
Bessette, p. 130.
See also, Mushrooms of West Virginia and
the Central Appalachians, 2003, William C.
Roody, p. 329.