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Suillus grevillei Juvenile Greville’s Bolete mushroom

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Stock photo of Suillus grevillei in the juvenile stage having not fully developed into the typical Greville’s Bolete mushroom. Suillus grevillei also known as the Larch Bolete because it is often found in mixed forests growing at the foot of Larch trees, it is noticeable due to its wet mushroom cap which has a mucous slime layer. Removing this slimy cuticle makes this an edible food, wild food which can be found during a fungal forage but it has neither consistency or flavour and the slimy mucous layer can cause intestinal problems if not correctly prepared before being eaten.

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Image Description

Stock photo of Suillus grevillei in the juvenile stage having not fully developed into the typical Greville’s Bolete mushroom. Suillus grevillei also known as the Larch Bolete because it is often found in mixed forests growing at the foot of Larch trees, it is noticeable due to its wet mushroom cap which has a mucous slime layer. Removing this slimy cuticle makes this an edible food, wild food which can be found during a fungal forage but it has neither consistency or flavour and the slimy mucous layer can cause intestinal problems if not correctly prepared before being eaten.