Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of bolete.

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Examples

  • Matsutake and boletes are the exceptions, but leave those to more experienced foragers.

    Laura Silverman: Mycology Today

  • Matsutake and boletes are the exceptions, but leave those to more experienced foragers.

    Laura Silverman: Mycology Today

  • Chanterelles and craterellus, yes -- even boletes, but we missed that season It's about two weeks long around Thanksgiving.

    Making Light: Open thread 134

  • The candy caps, another kind of mushroom, are sprinkled everywhere, and king boletes will follow soon after; toward the spring (or our version thereof), the horn-of-plentys will be hiding themselves among the detritus of the madrone trees.

    All That the Rains Bring

  • The candy caps, another kind of mushroom, are sprinkled everywhere, and king boletes will follow soon after; toward the spring (or our version thereof), the horn-of-plentys will be hiding themselves among the detritus of the madrone trees.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Wandering high and low through a cemetery with cucumberseed and darkpaisley, picking mushrooms we later identified as black velvet boletes (edibility: good, the book says; we didn't try) (Google image below)

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  • The Chocolate Lady in New York never ceases to introduce me to something new, and this week is no exception with her boletes:

    Sweetnicks- Food & Life - It's All at Sweetnicks

  • If I hear them I'll believe we will get a harvest of boletes and that the rains are really here.

    I'm Baaaack!

  • These are what we refer to as "lesser boletes", mostly Suillus species.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • The Chocolate Lady in New York never ceases to introduce me to something new, and this week is no exception with her boletes:

    Archive 2006-10-01

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