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Edible Orange-cap Boletus mushroom on a shore of Curlew Pond in Myles Standish State Forest. Massachusetts, October 13, 2003
An edible mushroom Boletus edulis (Belyi Grib, in Russian) with a toadstool in a forest 5 miles east from Orekhovo - Sosnovo, 40 miles north from Sankt Petersburg. Russia, October 19, 2000
Edible Armillaria mushrooms (Russian name opiata, in plural) near a small mining city Beriozovsk near Kemerovo in Siberia. Russia, September 13, 2002
An edible mushroom Russula (Syroezhka in Russian) in a forest near Toksovo, 10 miles north from Sankt Petersburg. Russia, September 27, 2000
Wide spread edible mushrooms (maslionok in Russian) 2 miles west from Kanneliarvi, 50 miles north-west from Saint Petersburg. Russia, August 21, 2001
Edible Armillaria mushrooms (Russian name opiata, in plural) near a small mining city Beriozovsk near Kemerovo in Siberia. Russia, September 13, 2002
A widespread edible mushroom (Gor kushka in Russian) in a forest near Toksovo, 10 miles north from Sankt Petersburg. Russia, September 27, 2000
An edible mushroom Boletus edulis (Belyi Grib, in Russian) 1 mile west from Kanneliarvi, 50 miles north-west from Saint Petersburg. Russia, August 21, 2001
Edible Armillaria mushrooms (Russian name opiata, in plural) near a small mining city Beriozovsk near Kemerovo in Siberia. Russia, September 13, 2002
Edible Armillaria mushrooms grown after cold nights on a trail near Battle Ground, north from Lafayette IN, September 11, 1999.
Edible Armillaria mushrooms (Russian name opiata, in plural) behind Barzas River near Beriozovsk, near Kemerovo in Siberia. Russia, September 16, 2002
Edible Armillaria mushrooms (Russian name opiata, in plural) behind Barzas River near Beriozovsk, near Kemerovo in Siberia. Russia, September 16, 2002
An edible mushroom (Mokrukha? in Russian) in a forest near Toksovo, 10 miles north from Sankt Petersburg. Russia, September 27, 2000
Edible mushroom (Russian name Volnushka) near Toksovo, 7 miles north from Saint Petersburg. Russia, September 5, 2002
Edible mushroom (Russian name Volnushka) near Toksovo, 7 miles north from Saint Petersburg. Russia, September 5, 2002
An edible mushroom in Sosnovka Park. Saint Petersburg, Russia, August 26, 2001
Edible mushrooms Boletus Granulatus (Slippery Jack) near Kings Pond in Massasoit State Park. East Taunton, Massachusetts, October 18, 2003
Edible Boletus mushroom, Russian name Podberyozovik, in Sosnovka Park in northern Saint Petersburg. Russia, September 29, 2002
Yellow pore surface bruising bluish and brownish of pale bolete mushrooms (Boletus pallidus, edible) on Chinquapin Trail in Huntsville State Park. Texas, November 3, 2013

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